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Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?

Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor?

Book - 1977
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Portrays Elizabeth Taylor as a living symbol of the American mythology about sex and womanhood in the late forties and fifties, supplying much detail on her career and private life, and showing her to be a warm, loving woman who has survived. Filmography.
Publisher: New York : M. Evans ; Philadelphia : Distributed by Lippincott, ©1977
ISBN: 9780871312433
Call Number: 791.43028 T239m
Characteristics: xii, 252 pages, 4 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm


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