Surrounded by 70 of her photographs of Marilyn, 21 in color (most not seen by Kirkus), here is a ""loving retrospective"" of...

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MARILYN MONROE: An Appreciation

Surrounded by 70 of her photographs of Marilyn, 21 in color (most not seen by Kirkus), here is a ""loving retrospective"" of the screen star by a leading photojournalist. Arnold's splendid photos capture the quintessence of Marilyn, sexy, shy, lost; her prose, including the occasional gossipy tidbit and some intriguing photography lore, remains on a fanzine level. Sumptuous, but for Marilyn fans only.

Pub Date: Aug. 5, 1987

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Knopf

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 15, 1987