Oprah!: up close and down home

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Kensington Pub. Corp., Nov 25, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 383 pages
Bly reveals the many sides of renowned talkshow host Oprah Winfrey, including her inspirational journey from a dirt-poor Mississippi farm to a lavish Chicago penthouse; how she conquered illegitimate birth, a lifelong eating problem and the white male establishment; how she spends her millions; the tragedies that tore her family apart; and much more.

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Contents

MISSISSIPPI TO MILWAUKEE
15
I Sold My Silence for an Ice Cream Cone
22
FROM NASHVILLE TO BALTIMORE
33
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Bly is the pen name of Sarah Gallick, a writer and editor.