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Dietrich

Author: Malene Sheppard Skærved
Publisher: London : Haus Pub., 2003.
Series: Life & times (London, England)
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"Marlene Dietrich, shaped by her Prussian bourgeois background and the Berlin of the 1920s, lived with unconventional passion. A cosmopolitan star, she used the power of glamour and conviction as a weapon against Nazi Germany. Her legend became so important that she spent her last decade in total seclusion, rather than let her audiences witness her decline. "It makes no difference how she breaks your heart," wrote  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Skærved, Malene Sheppard.
Dietrich.
London : Haus Pub., 2003
(OCoLC)607414779
Named Person: Marlene Dietrich; Marlene Dietrich; Marlene Dietrich
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malene Sheppard Skærved
ISBN: 1904341136 9781904341130 1904341128 9781904341123
OCLC Number: 52286984
Description: 202 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm.
Contents: Youth --
Weimar --
Berlin --
The blue angel --
Master and pupil --
Comeback --
The war in Hollywood --
An officer's daughter --
Post-war depression --
The stage --
The beginning of the end --
Dietrich at home --
For ever after.
Series Title: Life & times (London, England)
Responsibility: Malene Sheppard Skærved.
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Marlene Dietrich, shaped by her Prussian bourgeois background and the Berlin of the 1920s, lived with unconventional passion. Having moved to Hollywood and become a cosmopolitan star, she used the  Read more...

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'There isn't much flab on this elegant monograph on Marlene Dietrich, which almost seems chiseled to the pattern of its subject's cheekbones. Dietrich worked hard as a pack horse in the upkeep of her Read more...

 
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