Elizabeth Taylor. Richard Burton. The Marriage of the Century.
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Table of Contents
Preface vii Le Scandale p. 1 Very Important People p. 35 A Year in the Sun p. 61 No More Marriages p. 89 In from the Cold p.109 Who's Afraid of Elizabeth Taylor p.133 Married Love p.157 Seduced by Faust p.185 Boom! p.211 The Only Game in Town p.235 "Rings and Farthingales" p.257 Fallen Stars p.281 Bluebeard p.309 Divorce His Divorce Hers p.337 Massacre in Rome p.365 Private Lives p.395 Epilogue p.427 Table of Contents provided by JR Books. All Rights Reserved.
Number Of Pages: 500
Published: 4th April 2011
Publisher: JR Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 13.2 x 3.7
Weight (kg): 0.403
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A tough Welshman, he was softened by the affections of a breathtakingly beautiful woman: she was a modern-day Cleopatra madly in love with her own Mark Antony.
For quarter of a century, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were the king and queen of Hollywood. Yet their two marriages to each other represented much more than outlandish romance. Together, Elizabeth and Richard were a fascinating embodiment of the mores and transgressions of their time and even luminaries like Jacqueline Kennedy looked to them as a barometer of the culture. The enduring glamour, grandeur, drama and bravado embodied in the couple gave rise to the type of rabid gossip and wide-eyed adoration that are the staples of today's media.
Using brand-new research and interviews - including unique access to Taylor herself, the Burton family, and Taylor's extensive personal correspondence - this ultimate celebrity biography is the gripping real-life story of a fairy-tale couple whose lives were even grander and more outrageous than the epic films they made.
About the Authors
Sam Kashner is author of three non-fiction books and one novel, Sinatraland and writes for Vanity Fair, Esquire and GQ. Nancy Schoenberger teaches creative writing and has written three books.