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Jane Fonda: The Actress in Her Time
Jane Fonda The Actress in Her Time
Author: Fred Lawrence Guiles
ISBN-13: 9780523419947
ISBN-10: 0523419945
Publication Date: 3/1983
Pages: 368
Edition: Reprint
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Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Paperback
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From chic jet setter to sex goddess, from antiwar zealot to Academy award winning actress from mainstream wife and mother to plictical activist to becoming a major powerhouse in the Hollywood industry. Jane Fonda has been growing and changing and surviving and winning.
The candid, admiring honest portrait is no fairytale Jane Fonda's life has not been easy - her Hollywood childhood, an unpredictable movie star father, a haunting family tragedy, a notorious marriage, her evolving radicalism and the public outcries against her. Jane Fonda is an exceptional woman of many identities, a determined gifted actress at the height of her power and she's become one of America's most universally admired women. 53 photos