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American Child-Woman: Marilyn Monroe and Baby Doll
‘In her movies,’ Marie Clayton wrote in Unseen Archives, her 2005 pictorial biography of Marilyn Monroe, ‘she projected a unique and fascinating persona — a child-woman who was both innocent and full of sexuality, someone men desired, but women found unthreatening. In real life,’ Clayton adds, ‘she was a beautiful and complex woman with deep insecurities, who just wanted to be loved.’ Continue reading
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