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As begun in the best-selling Happy Times, her first book with Assouline, Lee Radziwill’s colorful journey continues in the much-anticipated Lee. In this quest or privacy and freedom within a highly publicized life, Radziwill shares her unique perspective as a witness to history, recalling the numerous cultural figures she counted among her friends, from Rudolf Nureyev to Truman Capote, and quiet moments with her children in London and New York. Filled with anecdotes and personal photographs, Lee is an intimate reflection on Radziwill’s world.

Publisher: New York : Assouline Publishing, [2015]
ISBN: 9781614284697
Branch Call Number: Biography R119r
Characteristics: 182 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm


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VaughanPLDianeB Mar 30, 2019

A good autobiography if you're interested in the fascinating life of a free-spirited princess and jetsetter -- the sister of the inimitable Jackie Bouvier Onassis. Great photos but rather light on text. Provides a brief summary of the interesting people who influenced Lee Radziwill's life. Of note is the passing of Lee at 85 years old on February 15, 2019 -- almost 4 years after the publication of this book.


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