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Blonde (Spanish Edition)

Joyce Carol Oates

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ISBN 10: 6071118565 / ISBN 13: 9786071118561
Published by Alfaguara, 2012
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Title: Blonde (Spanish Edition)

Publisher: Alfaguara

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Una de las mejores novelas de Joyce Carol Oates y un extraordinario retrato de Marilyn. Marilyn Monroe era puro fuego, sensualidad a flor de piel, romances turbulentos. Pero tambien era fragil, una mujer asustada y repleta de inseguridades que buscaba en otros --el Ex atleta, el Autor de Teatro, el Presidente, el Principe Azul-- ese amor que ella misma se negaba. Una artista emblematica cargada de conflictos e intensidad, de pasiones desatadas; una nina que no dejo de huir hacia delante, y llego a burlar a la propia muerte para convertirse en leyenda. Tras una exhaustiva documentacion, Joyce Carol Oates redibuja con descaro la vida interior, poetica y espiritual de Norma Jeane Baker --la nina, la mujer, la malograda actriz y amante-- y a la idolatrada rubia que el mundo llego a conocer como Marilyn Monroe. Rescata y recrea diarios intimos, poemas y testimonios, y escribe una novela arrolladora que capta toda una epoca y la elusiva y misteriosa personalidad del mayor icono del siglo XX. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Marilyn Monroe embodied fire; she radiated sensuality and lived a turbulent romantic life. But many didn't see that she was also a fragile, frightened and insecure woman who lived in search of that one true love. Scrupulously documented, this sweeping work is an extraordinary portrait that captures the essence of an era and the elusive and mysterious personality of the small-town woman who became a 20th century icon.

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