A NovelBook - 2000
One ofAmerica's most acclaimed novelists boldly re-imagines one ofAmerica's most enduring icons in Blonde--the National Book Award-nominated bestseller by Joyce Carol Oates. The legend of Marilyn Monroe--aka Norma Jeane Baker--comes provocatively alive in this powerful tale of Hollywoodmyth and heartbreaking reality. Marilyn Monroe lives--reborn to tell her untold history; her story of a star created to shine brightest in theHollywood firmament before her fall to earth. Blonde is a dazzling fictional portrait of the intricate inner life of the idolized and desired movie star as only the inimitable Joyce Carol Oates could paint it.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c2000.
Characteristics: xii, 738 pages ;,25 cm.
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westcoastreader May 30, 2008
Sexual Content: This title contains Sexual Content.
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