This 'n that

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Putnam's, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 207 pages
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In frank, no-nonsense terms, Bette Davis speaks about her life as a superstar; filled with unsparing anecdotes of other stars, a wide variety of views and opinions, and the joys and sorrows of her family life and recent stroke and mastectomy. 48 pages of photographs. "Donahue" in March.

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Bette Davis' minimally organized but mostly engaging final book is probably best left to her biggest fans. It drifts from recuperation memoir to Hollywood reminiscences both fond and bitchy, ending ... Read full review

This 'n that

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This autobiographical potpourri by one of the screen's most renowned actresses begins in 1983 with Davis's mastectomy and stroke. From there her recovery is chronicled, along with flashbacks and ... Read full review

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Foreword
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Day
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Five Lovers and Other Strangers
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