Elizabeth Taylor, the grit and glamour of an icon, Kate Andersen Brower ; read by Eleanor Caudill
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  • Elizabeth Taylor, the grit and glamour of an icon, Kate Andersen Brower ; read by Eleanor Caudill
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  • Elizabeth Taylor
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  • the grit and glamour of an icon
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  • Kate Andersen Brower ; read by Eleanor Caudill
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  • eng
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  • Known for her glamorous beauty, soap-opera personal life and magnetic screen presence, Elizabeth Taylor was the 20th century's most famous film star. This authorised biography is a fascinating and complete portrait worthy of the legend and her legacy. Elizabeth Taylor captures this intelligent, empathetic, tenacious, volatile and complex woman as never before, from her rise to massive fame at the age of 12 in National Velvet to becoming the first actor to negotiate a million-dollar salary for a film, from her eight marriages and enduring love affair with Richard Burton to her lifelong battle with addiction and her courageous efforts as an AIDS activist. Using Elizabeth's unpublished letters, diary entries and off-the-record interview transcripts as well as interviews with 250 of her closest friends and family, Kate Andersen Brower tells the full, unvarnished story of the classic Hollywood star who continues to captivate audiences all over the world
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  • autobiography
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  • adult
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