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I could have been 150 less pages. It was boring and I just couldn't finish it. My time is worth more than reading boring booksPublished 12 days ago by Bookie as in loves books
I found this to be very interesting. I hadn't heard of her before. I always like books that I learn something new.Published 13 months ago by Phyllis Noonan
book arrived fast and in very good condition. Read it and enjoyed it a lot. Thanks.Published 18 months ago by Karla
Not sure I am going to finish it. I wanted more information about the modernist and surrealistic art movements, less about the idiosyncrasies of the Peggy's friendships. Read morePublished on June 5, 2014 by Gayle McMurria-Bachik
Sometimes in reading this book I try to imagine how on earth the author organized all this minutiae about a woman's life from so many sources of personal recounts of events and... Read morePublished on February 13, 2013 by Meghan McKey Forse
I didn't know very much about Peggy Guggenheim before picking this book up at the library, but I seen her character in a couple of biographical movies like "Pollock" and "Factory... Read morePublished on March 6, 2011 by K. Cruikshank
Did not care for this style of narrative. Lots of information but very dry. Not an easy read.Published on October 1, 2010 by Lee Forand
Peggy Guggenheim, a wealthy woman, had to buy friends and influence. She chose the path of modern art and subsidized young artists who couldn't turn down her generosity - and she... Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by democrat