With strut and swagger in Merman tells her story and belts it out that she knows she's good. Entering show business via...

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With strut and swagger in Merman tells her story and belts it out that she knows she's good. Entering show business via stenography, she sang- and loud- her way into Girl Crazy and from then on with Berlin, Gershwin, Porter and the others- she carved herself a name. Plenty of anecdotes here, and, for those who like her- likeable.

Pub Date: June 30, 1955

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1955