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  • Gli ultimi giorni di Marilyn Monroe
  • Keith Badman
  • Italian
  • 15 February 2020
  • 9788817057189

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review Gli ultimi giorni di Marilyn Monroe Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Keith Badman ´ 3 summary Ltimi giorni della diva e a vagliare centinaia di documenti riuscendo a illuminare uelle zone d’ombra su cui fino a oggi si facevano solo ipotesi e congetture infanzia negata aborti tentativi di suicidio festini erotici dimagrimenti improvvisi depressione abuso di barbiturici e alcol freuentazioni con i boss della mafia e con i fratelli Kennedy relazioni sentimentali e scappatelle False voci sulla diva circolavano sicuramente anche mentre era in vita uando una volta nel 1962 le chiesero che cosa ne pensasse lei si limitò a replicare «Considerate la fonte» Tenendo a mente ueste parole e attingendo ad appunti interviste fotografie ritagli di giornal. I definitely would not recommend this book to someone just starting to learn about Marilyn The timeline kind of jumps around which even being familiar with Marilyn s life at times was confusing and hard to follow Also the author is constantly reminding the reader that his opinion is different than other researchersbiographers which only needs to be stated once if at all given the fact that there have been literally thousands of bios written about Monroe Also having read multiple books on Marilyn Jack and Jackie Kennedy there are things he denies which I am far inclined to believe are true having read them in separate books about the subjects As narrator he could have maintained a cohesive timeline and his continual use of the words obviously or naturally often went unexplained or were unnecessary Overall an interesting read but not the best Marilyn biography by any means as I stated especially if you are a Marilyn newbie and don t know much about her life this is meant for fans who already have information about Marilyn her early years implied in the title timeline and rumours in existence about her life Though it is lacking it is a uick and interesting read though I wouldn t take the author s opinions at face value as I suppose with any biography on its own however this book in specific I found his logic for denying certain information often naive and not well founded Hottest Mess riuscendo a illuminare uelle zone d’ombra su cui fino a oggi si facevano solo ipotesi e congetture infanzia negata aborti tentativi di suicidio festini erotici dimagrimenti improvvisi depressione abuso di barbiturici e alcol freuentazioni con i boss della mafia e con i fratelli Kennedy Hitler relazioni sentimentali e scappatelle False voci sulla diva circolavano sicuramente anche mentre era in vita uando una volta nel 1962 le chiesero che cosa ne pensasse lei si limitò a Hidden replicare «Considerate la fonte» Tenendo a mente ueste parole e attingendo ad appunti interviste fotografie Luther ritagli di giornal. I definitely would not Im Augenblick des Todes Severin Boesherz #2 recommend this book to someone just starting to learn about Marilyn The timeline kind of jumps around which even being familiar with Marilyn s life at times was confusing and hard to follow Also the author is constantly Halbe Miete reminding the Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters reader that his opinion is different than other Gospođa researchersbiographers which only needs to be stated once if at all given the fact that there have been literally thousands of bios written about Monroe Also having Napoleon The End of Glory read multiple books on Marilyn Jack and Jackie Kennedy there are things he denies which I am far inclined to believe are true having Lets Bake read them in separate books about the subjects As narrator he could have maintained a cohesive timeline and his continual use of the words obviously or naturally often went unexplained or were unnecessary Overall an interesting Holly Wenn die Mode fremdgeht Holly #4 read but not the best Marilyn biography by any means as I stated especially if you are a Marilyn newbie and don t know much about her life this is meant for fans who already have information about Marilyn her early years implied in the title timeline and ZOOM The Global Race to Fuel the Car of the Future rumours in existence about her life Though it is lacking it is a uick and interesting Heiligenschein read though I wouldn t take the author s opinions at face value as I suppose with any biography on its own however this book in specific I found his logic for denying certain information often naive and not well founded

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review Gli ultimi giorni di Marilyn Monroe Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Keith Badman ´ 3 summary E fascicoli d’archivio ricevute fatture e testimonianze oculari – una mole di documenti molti dei uali ritenuti da tempo perduti – Keith Badman si cala nei panni dell’investigatore con l’obiettivo di separare la verità dalla finzione le notizie autentiche dalle sciocchezze il mito dalla realtà A cinuant’anni dalla scomparsa un libro che dà risposte definitive ai molti interrogativi che ancora oggi circondano Marilyn e la sua leggenda identifica il padre naturale; mette fine all’interminabile dibattito sul suo rapporto con i Kennedy e ricostruisce nei minimi dettagli la notte della morte e le manovre di “insabbiamento” che seguirono. Some of this book makes sense some of it makes little sense especially about her death The Economics of Business Enterprise An Introduction to Economic Organisation and the Theory of the Firm Third Edition ricevute fatture e testimonianze oculari – una mole di documenti molti dei uali Warum macht die Nudel dumm? ritenuti da tempo perduti – Keith Badman si cala nei panni dell’investigatore con l’obiettivo di separare la verità dalla finzione le notizie autentiche dalle sciocchezze il mito dalla The Rapids of a Great River realtà A cinuant’anni dalla scomparsa un libro che dà Tracking Globalization risposte definitive ai molti interrogativi che ancora oggi circondano Marilyn e la sua leggenda identifica il padre naturale; mette fine all’interminabile dibattito sul suo Fundamentals of Deep Learning rapporto con i Kennedy e The Laughing Buddha Zen and the Comic Spirit ricostruisce nei minimi dettagli la notte della morte e le manovre di “insabbiamento” che seguirono. Some of this book makes sense some of it makes little sense especially about her death

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review Gli ultimi giorni di Marilyn Monroe Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB Keith Badman ´ 3 summary «La dinamica delle ultime ore e degli ultimi minuti di vita di Marilyn Monroe è estremamente vaga Ma dopo anni di ricerche e dopo aver separato i fatti dalle invenzioni e la verità dalle bugie sono fermamente convinto di poter finalmente sciogliere un enigma che perdura da cinuant’anni come morì Marilyn Monroe la più grande star del cinema la più leggendaria icona sexy del mondo» Keith Badman Tesi 1 fu un suicidio Tesi 2 Marilyn fu uccisa per volere dei Kennedy a causa delle sue amicizie compromettenti e della sua inaffidabilità Keith Badman non crede né all’una né all’altra versione Per uesto ha trascorso cinue anni a ricostruire gli u. My review is probably for people who know the basics or maybe even of the Monroe saga and so far only covers the first 21 pages LOL Because so far I have only read the bit about her childhood What annoys me most is these there is so much crap out there and here FINALLY is the ULTIMATE truth Naturally no biographer can say the FACT which is that the ultimate truth is NEVER TO BE FOUND it is simply not there Biographies belong to fiction shelves And most of these who toot their own horn are utter crap Another thing I immediately paid attention to is that there is simply NO SOURCES listed Yes he gives thanks but I would like to know where he got the info he claims to be true For example he acts like Stanley Gifford being her father is his discovery whilst in most part I think it is or less established I have a letter from James Dougherty saying Gifford was her father AND Marilyn knew it Badman does give info on Gifford trying to adopt her which is interesting but when I leafed the book WHERE IS THE SOURCE For a book that uotes MM saying consider the source and she did say that but Mr Badman does not uote the exact place I just remember it tooit is unforgiven to use a method where he is not giving people a CHANCE to concider the source His list of books really has some dubious characters as well One of these examples is Mr KinnelKimmel being the star boarder and the aunt who punished her for telling on him when he made advances on her he tells about his profession without a source BUT the discovery of the star boarder being Mr KimmelKinnel is fairly new and first appeared in Donald H Wolfe s book in 1998 If I recall the year right He never gives credit to Wolfe or correctly as I understand Mr Roy Turner whose discovery it was and he gave the info to both Spoto and Wolfe when only Wolfe chose to use it and that was the one major breakthrough in his otherwise very inaccurate book One should always acknowledge and credit the ones who came before and not act like all discoveries are their own especially if they are such big ones Another thing that annoys me big time is that biographers usually male downplay the trauma that her childhood caused her Okay so it was not 12 foster homes but for a child never to be able to grow steady roots never to feel SOMEONE loves her unconditionally except for aunt Ana who also had to send her away to have been in an orphanage and the one person she trusted to take her there CAN cause her to remember these few places and being forced to marry at 16 as 12 and the orphanage as a gloomy place And then to have been taken sexually taken advantage to boot you don t need to lose your virginity to have been a victim of that and as for me I don t have a hard time believing AT ALL that a young vulnerable girl would be taken advantage One study claimed every fourth female has suffered something like that in their childhood forgive me I don t have the source right here D or maybe I am just cynical We do know she exaggerated and even lied but we also know sometimes our memories turn happy memories into extreme bliss and sad memories sometimes to utter torment However one sad memory I just don t buy is that she remembers Christmas 1926 when she made her way to the tree and only got a cheap trinket while other kids got nice toys I don t buy I DON T believe a six month old could make her way anywhere let alone feel left out even if it came from her own mouth My kid was happy to just play with the wrappings until he was two So whether this really came from herself I don t recall it you can always use common sense Or maybe Mr Badham does not have children As I said she DID lie look at Belmont interview she says her mother is dead even as late as that Whether she lied to gain pity or to protect ppl s privacy is not the point the point is she DID lie Another problem is Gladys I have read from A Miller s book she tried to suffocate her and that was adopted by Barbara Leaming In no other book has it been Gladys always Della Now Badman says it WAS Della but that Gladys tried to kill her three times and MM talked about it all the time where is the source How did she try to kill her Where are the interviews about MM saying someone else besides Della tried to do it Maybe Miller confused Della with Gladys Could happen Anyway before I see or hear an interview from MM herself saying ALSO Gladys tried to kill her or the suffocator was Gladys I believe what SHE said and that it was Della we have witnesses for that The Bolenders heard the hassle as she broke the door and died soon after in a mental hospital Here for some reason at least I believe Mariyn s memories unlike the Xmas sstory might have happened but someone has then told her later Della was going mad and we do have adult witnesses Also Badman does not mention Lester was also an orphan but adopted by the Bolenders nor Bolenders claim they wanted to adopt her whether true or not but Gladys wouldn t let them These are all speculations and depends who you believe was she felt left out in a strictly religious home or did the nice Bolenders take good care of her and wanted to adopt her If Gladys indeed lived there too here he even gives the source that IS a new finding Moving on to the actual bit he is concentrating on and hoping it gets better Plus to the style of writing it is an interesting and fast read Almost done despite some minor flaws and doing what most biographers do omitting stuff to suit their purposes the agenda they probably have chosen before starting to write the book and choosing sources accordingly the rest of the book seems to be better researched than the beginning An example of omitting when he lists people who said she was happy and in no way suicidal he mentions Norman Rosten Actually Rosten said that at the time she did sound happy but SO happy that something was off and he should have noticed it again if I remember correctly Also George Barris is among these people Yes Barris did say she was happy and would not have killed herself but Barris has always believed she was murdered something Badman does not mention cause it does not click with what he tries to prove Also he claims Arthur Miller was surprised and thought it was an accident when I have understood that Miller always thought the accident WOULD happen sooner or later accident OR suicide which would not make him surprised Badman does have some dubious characters he seems to trust James Bacon among others and most funnily the UFO expert Dr Donald Burleson There were but I forget should always write them down and if I were him I would not give Ted Jordan enough credit to even mention his name even though he does not believe him Further he could have mentioned WHY Jordan definitely never even knew Marilyn Jordan s first mistake is on the first page of his book that they met when Norma Jeane was in the Blue Book Modelling Agecy in 1943 and 17 years old when NJ did not even join the Agency before 1945 This already would have proved him a fraud among dozens of other mistakes but Badman does not mention them It is important to discredit people like Slatzer and Jeanne Carmen since they have been in all these documentaries and books so much and clearly Slatzer HAD done is own research like any other fan and had maybe gathered some info that SOME biographers wanted into their hands and in exchange for that gave him the creditabiilty he so cravedso discrediting them is a must if one wants to convince people but since Jordan was not out there than in his own book plus maybe two others he was the key witness to Marilyn having been reborn in the book Healing of the Soul a fact that speaks for the kind of books that use him as a source but since is basically nothing but a fame craving vulcher with nothing important to say It is always better not to give him the time of the day Even if you choose to believe Marilyn had a red diary but in this case he is mentioned even though Badman doesn t even believe Jordan actually had it in his posession so why bother Also one thing I don t undestand is how he claims both Wilder and Negulesco were usually very friendly and loving towards her and Wilder s cruel words which he uttered before he knew she was dead were surprising Negulesco s cruel words he doesn t even mention I have always understood Wilder s was a lovehate relationship with her he was impatient and angry but loved the results of her work and that Negulesco never really respected or liked her at all Another weird thing is that when talking about Marilyn s father he uses ONE source that says she called him and he wouldn t have none of her He must know there are at least three people who say she pulled the same phone stunt some people believe she got so much sympathy from Dougherty the first time it really IMO happened that when in need of comforting she did it with others too Natasha and Skolsky Anyway how people FEEL of certain people in her life that cause controversy such as the Strasbergs and Greenson are always a matter of opinion and how one feels about their actions or what they choose to believe so I am not gonna dwell on that or this will not be a review but a book in itself I am by no means an expert when it comes to Marilyn s death and frankly I am far interested in her life than in how she died However I have to admit that Badman s conclusion is the one I believe in and have for some time Also his conclusions when it comes to her relationship with the Kennedys is the same one I believe although he said JFK had her picture in his room I always remember it was their father Joseph same with his conclusions when it comes to her relationship with Joe and whether they had plans to remarry are the same as mine Not gonna give too many spoilers and say what these conclusions are Anyway all this is all but speculation and I am not saying he is right but it was interesting to see his opinions were the same as mine The book is an interesting read and there ARE some new interesting stuff and info I just wish the sources would be specific Sometimes they are non exixtent And for me A trustworthy person I believe in is not a source I might not believe that person for all I know it could be Lena Pepitone P Otherwise I would recommend everyone interested in her last years to read this it is also uite respectful to Marilyn and her memory which is something I always like in a MM bio NOTE I have not bothered to read this through at least not yet so excuse me all the grammar errors and stuff like if I remember right will try and correct and check the facts but since I am not a biographer I don t have to P Before I write one of my own that is D Till then I am allowed to accuse biographers of not checking their sources and making the same mistake myself right