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«Fragments: Poems, Intimate Notes, Letters via Marilyn Monroe» is an occasion - an unforgettable ebook that may redefine one of many maximum icons of the 20th century and that, approximately fifty years after her loss of life, will definitively demonstrate Marilyn Monroes humanity. «Мэрилин Монро. Жизнь, рассказанная ею самой» впервые дает возможность увидеть настоящую Монро, разглядеть ее личность за атрибутами Голливудской звезды, всегда сопровождавшими ее из этой книги мы, наконец, узнаем о том, что происходило в жизни урожденной Нормы Джин Мортенсен (впоследствии крещеной Нормы Джин Бейкер) с ее собственных слов, написанных ею прежде всего для себя, а значит настоящих. Замечательные иллюстрации, редкие фотографии и никогда не публиковавшиеся факсимиле рукописных записей погружают читателя в особенную атмосферу эпохи Мэрилин, а расшифровки архивов Монро читаются как захватывающий роман, написанный об одной из величайших женщин ХХ века - от первого лица.
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As it is meant to be in evidently in nature—at best though perhaps it could make our understanding seek another’s loneliness out. I can’t really stand Human Beings sometimes—I know they all have their problems as I have mine—but I’m really too tired for it. Trying to understand, making allowances, seeing certain things that just weary me. On Hospital gowns My bare (darrie) derrière is out the air in the air when I’m not aware aware several Handel Concertos Vivaldi Concertos Benny Goodman My (pair) Beethoven Last 6—quartets Ravel—the Waltz Bartok—quartets of his continued on other side of list of records Marilyn in the garden of Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles, 1952 Marilyn reading Joyce’s Ulysses, Long Island, summer of 1955 “RECORD” BLACK NOTEBOOK AROUND 1951 As she often did, Marilyn filled only a few pages of this notebook, about twelve out of the hundred and fifty it contains and at obviously distinct periods.
Actress must have no mouth no feet shoulder girdle hangs light hanging so-o-o loose everything focus my thought on the partner— feeling in the end of my fingers Nothing must come between me and my part—my feeling— concentration The feeling only getting rid of everything else my mind speaks no looks body only letting go—face feeling mind spirit no attitude listening to the body for the feeling listen with the eyes buoyancy Tension loose—having no brakes letting go of everything. feeling only—all I have to do is think it.
As if I might never speak move transparency. letting go. down down in back. pulling up from here. right tension stomach [illegible] only Fear of giving me the lines new maybe won’t be able to learn them maybe I’ll make mistakes people will either think I’m no good or laugh or belittle me or think I can’t act. Women looked stern and critical— unfriendly and cold in general afraid director won’t think I’m any good. remembering when I couldn’t do a god damn thing. then trying to build myself up with the fact that I have done things right that were even good and have had moments that were excellent but the bad is heavier to carry around and feel have no confidence depressed mad Pardon me are you the janitor’s wife caught a Greyhound Bus from Monterey to Salinas.