Marilyn Monroe

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Chelsea House Publishers, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 127 pages
-- Recounts the compelling life stories of the world's most fascinating personalities
-- Contains a wealth of photographs

A revealing look at an American icon, this book examines the life of the actress who left an indelible mark on our culture.

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MARILYN MONROE

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A high-toned, serious biography of an enduring icon, an appropriate choice for the Pop Culture Legends series. Sprinkling her account with phrases such as ``one version claims'' and ``there is some ... Read full review

Contents

A Reflection of OurselvesLeeza Gibbons
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Norma Jeane
23
The Starlet
43
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