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Marilyn Monroe: Fragments
Marilyn Monroe: Fragments

Marilyn Monroe: Fragments


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Customer reviews

Review by Sophia on 1st November, 2011
5 stars "Great mazing book!"

I really enjoyed this book as it has scans of what Marilyn wrote in her note book. Im a big fan of her and would recommend this book!

Review by Tim on 3rd July, 2011
4 stars "Bought for my wife"

I bought this for my wife who is interested in all things Marilyn Monroe. She really enjoyed the book and read it cover to cover. Must admit, it looks like a very well put together collection.

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Review by natalie on 27th April, 2011
5 stars "I bought this for my Mum and she LOVED it!"

My mum loves Marilyn so I got her this for her birthday and she absolutely loved it. It is a beautiful book and quite an intimate look into the mind of heart of an inspirational woman, just lovely.



Release date Australia
October 14th, 2010
Edited by Stanley F. Buchthal
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
60 col illus
HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
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Through a series of never-before-published letters and diaries, as well as some rare photographs, Fragments explores the life and mind of an icon, Marilyn Monroe. A unique look into the private thoughts and reflections of one of Hollywood's brightest and most tragic stars.

Marilyn Monroe lived the Hollywood dream. Born into a difficult family situation, subjected to foster care and claims of illegitimacy, Norma Jean Baker managed to rise from her humble upbringing to international stardom with classic comic performances in Some Like It Hot and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and many others. But the beautiful and charismatic Monroe was haunted by illness and psychological distress.

After her unexpected death by overdose, Monroe has become one of the most intriguing and most beloved of Hollywood's fallen stars. Fragments offers a sensitive and personal insight into the mysterious and tragic Marilyn Monroe through never-before-seen letters and documents, revealing the woman behind the legend.