Garbo: Her Story

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Charnwood, 1991 - Large type books - 552 pages
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Always mysterious, Greta Garbo became one of the world's most reluctant stars. This reveals the real Garbo for the first time, written as it was through her eyes and based on her long intimate friendship with the author. It tells of her childhood, her mentor Mauritz Stiller who took her to Hollywood, her rise to stardom and her friends and lovers, and provides a remarkable insight into Garbo the woman.

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...Or at least women who excited the quirky interest of the late Forbes. Some of the obvious historical figures are here--Mme. de Pompadour, Boadicea, Mother Jones--along with a number of not so ... Read full review


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