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Banner seldom takes sides, concentrating instead on the “geography of gender” that shaped Marilyn’s early development, her subsequent relationships and the ambivalent bombshell she would become.Read Full Review of Marilyn: The Passion and the ... | See more reviews from NY Times
At the end, we get a Marilyn who is fascinating, annoying and infinitely sad. And a wealth of nuance and detail that makes it impossible to attribute her actions simply to a damaged personality or to being victimised.Read Full Review of Marilyn: The Passion and the ...
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