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Jane Fonda - The Private Life Of A Public Woman (Cód: 9203325)

Bosworth,Patricia

Mariner Books

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Advance Praise for 'Jane Fonda' 'Watching Jane Fonda wrestle with her many passions has been one of the most fascinating stories of the past fifty years. Brilliant, beautiful, achingly vulnerable, self-wounding, Fonda is one of the greatest film stars to ever appear on the screen. Her life deserves to be reevaluated as it is in Patricia Bosworth's 'Jane Fonda.'' -- Alec Baldwin 'Jane Fonda was born with beauty and talent. Now she's blessed with a biographer who knows Hollywood and understands the human condition. Nothing about Fonda's life (her obsession with her looks, her lovers, her husbands, her money, and her elusive father) escapes the keen eye of Patricia Bosworth, who tells the life story of one of the most intriguing women of our era. You will be enthralled.' -- Kitty Kelley, author of 'Oprah: A Biography ''Patricia Bosworth's brilliant detective work has unearthed so much about Jane Fonda that I didn't know -- so much feeling, so much courage, so much hurt. It reveals Fonda as the archetypal woman of her generation: a woman torn between love and work, family and accomplishment. Bosworth's book is far from another Hollywood biography; it is a human portrait and, at the same time, a major American life. Reading this book, living Jane's life along with her, is an adventure and a pleasure.' -- William Mann, author of 'Kate: The Woman Who Was Hepburn ''Far more than a spellbinding biography, 'Jane Fonda' sweeps the reader into a cultural history of the '60s, '70s, and '80s, when this icon helped define the causes of the era. The access gained by Bosworth is impressive -- lovers, stepmothers, and ex-husbands share their secrets, adding to what will certainly become the definitive portrait of a woman conflicted, torn between ferocious ambition, family, and feminist causes. Bosworth's rendering of Fonda's interior chaos becomes a revealing probe into the female psyche.' -- Gail Sheehy, author of 'Passages' 'Patricia Bosworth has written an irresistible biography of the accomplished, controversial actress whose roles onscreen and off helped define a generation. Whether you love Jane Fonda or abhor her, 'Jane Fonda' is a detailed and generous exploration not only of the contradictory world Fonda grew up in but of the many people who shaped her.' -- Jeannette Walls, author of 'The Glass Castle' Bosworth goes behind the image of an American superwoman, revealing Jane Fonda--more powerful and vulnerable than ever expected--whose struggles for high achievement, love, and successful motherhood mirror the conflicts of a generation of women. In the hands of this seasoned, tenacious biographer, the evolution of one of the century's most controversial and successful women becomes nothing less than a great, enthralling American life. Jane Fonda emerged from a heartbreaking Hollywood family drama to become a '60s onscreen ingenue and then an Oscar-winning actress. At the top of her game she risked all, rising against the Vietnam War and shocking the world with a trip to Hanoi. Later, while becoming one of Hollywood's most committed feminists, she financed her husband Tom Hayden's political career in the '80s with exercise videos that began a fitness craze and brought in millions of dollars. Just as interesting is Fonda's next turn, as a Stepford Wife of the Gulfstream set, marrying Ted Turner and seemingly walking away from her ideals and her career. Fonda's is a story of the blend of deep insecurity, magnetism, bravery, and determination that fuels the most inspiring and occasionally infuriating public lives. Finally here is Fonda and all the women she's been. 'An irresistible biography of the accomplished, controversial actress whose roles on screen and off helped define a generation. Whether you love Jane Fonda or abhor her, 'Jane Fonda' is a detailed and generous exploration not only of the contradictory world Fonda grew up in but of the many people who shaped her.' --Jeannette Walls, author of 'The Glass Castle' Patricia Bosworth has gone beyond the image of an American superwoman to reveal a Jane Fonda more powerful and vulnerable than ever expected. Fonda emerged from a heartbreaking Hollywood family drama to become a '60s onscreen ingenue and then an Oscar-winning actress. At the top of her game she risked all, rising up against the Vietnam War and shocking the world with a trip to Hanoi. While becoming one of Hollywood's most committed feminists, she financed her husband Tom Hayden's political career in the '80s with exercise videos that began a fitness craze and brought in millions of dollars. Just as interesting is Fonda's next turn, as a Stepford Wife of the Gulfstream set, marrying Ted Turner and seemingly walking away from her ideals and her career. Fonda's multilevel story is a blend of the deep insecurity, magnetism, bravery, and determination that has fueled her inspiring and occasionally infuriating public life. 'The definitive portrait of a woman conflicted, torn between ferocious ambition, family, and feminist causes.' --Gail Sheehy, author of 'Passages' 'The Private Life does Jane Fonda the service of making us remember why she was relevant in the first place: the movies. Bosworth's thorough account of this wild, uniquely twentieth-century Hollywood life makes Jane Fonda the actress even more intriguing.' --'San Francisco Chronicle'

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Produto sob encomenda Sim
Marca Mariner Books
Cód. Barras 9780547577654
Altura 20.07 cm
I.S.B.N. 9780547577654
Profundidade 4.32 cm
Referência 019130405
Acabamento Brochura
Ano da edição 2012
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 596
Peso 0.57 Kg
Largura 13.21 cm
AutorBosworth,Patricia

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