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"With the precision of a surgeon, Schiller slices through the façade of Marilyn Monroe in his unflinching memoir. Revealing and readable, it’s a book I couldn’t put down."
"In this short, splendid memoir, Lawrence Schiller offers us another cut on the scintillating diamond that is Marilyn Monroe. In clear honest straightforward prose, Schiller allows us to dwell in the heart of another time. He captures Marilyn, both in photographs and words, and in so doing he gives us intimate access into one of the great stories of the 20th century: the complicated cocktail of joy and sadness that goes along with both beauty and fame."
Lawrence Schiller began his career as a photojournalist for Life, Newsweek, and Paris Match, among other periodicals, photographing some of the most iconic figures of the 1960s, from Marilyn Monroe to Lee Harvey Oswald to Robert F. Kennedy; from Ali and Foreman to Redford and Newman. The author of four New York Times bestselling books, including American Tragedy, his many collaborations include Norman Mailer’s Pulitzer Prize–winning book The Executioner’s Song. He has also directed and produced motion pictures and television miniseries, which have garnered an Oscar and seven Emmys. Schiller has been a consultant to NBC News and has written for The New Yorker, The Daily Beast, and other publications. In 2008, he co-founded The Norman Mailer Center and the Norman Mailer Writers Colony in Provincetown, Massachusetts. He has five children and five grandchildren. Marilyn & Me is his eleventh book.
Save your money and look up the Vanity Fair article instead.this has no "wonderful" pictured here of Someone who just wanted to be WONDERFUL! There's non of that here.. Read morePublished 4 months ago by buckie
If, as a Marilyn Monroe fan, you are hoping to learn something new about her you won't find it in this book. Read morePublished 10 months ago by little lady blue
Size of the book was smaller then a DVD case. Pages were uneven and the binding was off and paper edges were jagged!Published 15 months ago by shayedice
He wrote what when he observed. I never thought about a rivalry between Elizabeth and Marilyn, but I can see it now. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Janine Kredell, retired teacher