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Marlene Dietrich lived here

by Eleanor Bailey

  • 127 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Doubleday in London ; New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Berlin (Germany)
    • Subjects:
    • Brothers -- Fiction.,
    • Artists -- Fiction.,
    • Berlin (Germany) -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEleanor Bailey.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6052.A31855 M37 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination330 p. ;
      Number of Pages330
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3635720M
      ISBN 100385601204
      LC Control Number2002437355
      OCLC/WorldCa50867027

        "Marlene Dietrich", a massive, tell-all biography by her daughter, Maria Riva, is a fascinating read about a fascinating subject. Ms. Riva had been writing this book for years, and it was understood by all (including her legendary mother) that it not be published until after her death.5/5(5). Wiedersehen mit Marlene is a Marlene Dietrich's live album, issued on Electrola, catalogue number 1C MD, in American pressing on Capitol Records (Capitol T) does not include "Kinder, heut' abend, da such ich mir was aus". Although it was marketed as a "live" album, it features studio recordings made in Germany in overdubbed with applause recorded on tour to Genre: Traditional pop music.

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        Marlene Dietrich’s Emeralds On-Screen and Off The star knew how to make jewels part of her memorable looks. by Marion Fasel. Aug —There is a big exhibition at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. right now, “Marlene Dietrich: Dressed for the Image.” It shows, as the title clearly states, how the star used clothing so. Marlene Dietrich, German American motion-picture actress whose beauty, voice, aura of sophistication, and languid sensuality made her one of the world’s most glamorous film stars and best-known celebrities. Learn more about Dietrich’s life, movies, and songs in this article.


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Marlene Dietrich Lived Here Paperback – April 1, by Eleanor Bailey (Author)5/5(2). Marlene Dietrich certainly lived a tumultuous lifestyle starting out in Bohemian Berlin between the two World Wars, onto the heyday of Hollywood in the 30s, and dangerous times during World War II.

Somehow the mystique about Marlene is still here today, and it is all because she knew how to manage her career long before professional women were common/5(). Helen Falconer enjoys Eleanor Bailey's Marlene Dietrich Lived Here - a novel about bohemian life in post-wall Berlin Skip to main content The Guardian - Back to homeAuthor: Helen Falconer.

Eleanor Bailey is a writer and journalist. She lives in Japan. She has recently been selected as one of twenty-one women writers in the Orange Futures promotion, highlighting the writers to watch in the twenty-first century. Her novels Idioglossia and Marlene Dietrich Lived Here are both published by Black Swan.

Definitely the big book of Dietrich including interviews with Dietrich's majordomo and daughter before she wrote her own book. No other biography is as exhaustive or as careful to trace the rise and fall and rise of her image in the by: 9.

Raised in genteel poverty after the First World War, Maria A lush, dramatic biographical novel of one of the most glamorous and alluring legends of Hollywood’s golden age, Marlene Dietrich—from the gender-bending cabarets of Weimar Berlin to the lush film studios of Hollywood, a sweeping story of passion, glamour, ambition, art, and war from the author of Mademoiselle Chanel/5.

Marlene Dietrich lived here book Riva is the daughter of legend Marlene Dietrich, an androgynous star of the s, 40s, 50s, and 60s. One would believe that a daughter would be the. There are great autobiographies or memoirs written by friends of celebrities that consist of personal information and small tidbits that greatly interest readers.4/5.

Marlene Dietrich [Maria Riva] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(). This is a pity, since while 'Marlene Dietrich Lived Here' isn't as strong as the brilliant 'Idioglossia', there's still a lot to enjoy.

The novel deals with the lives of two brothers, Eric /5(5). Her book collection includes Baudelaire, Rilke, and many inscribed books by the poet Alain Bosquet, who was born in Odessa and raised in Brussels, and whose wife, Norma Author: Megan Mayhew Bergman.

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Erich has lived in Berlin for over 20 years, with little to show for it. However when his younger brother, Max, arrives with problems of his own, everything changes. The brothers are at a crossroads in their lives and only by working together can they claw their way back to life.

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Blog Archive (2) March (2. This is a pity, since while 'Marlene Dietrich Lived Here' isn't as strong as the brilliant 'Idioglossia', there's still a lot to enjoy. The novel deals with the lives of two brothers, Eric and Max, Germans who grew up in England.

Eric, full of nostalgia for the lively art scene of Berlin in the s and 30s, moved back to Germany as soon as he /5(5). Marlene Dietrich certainly lived a tumultuous lifestyle starting out in Bohemian Berlin between the two World Wars, onto the heyday of Hollywood in the 30s, and dangerous times during World War II.

Somehow the mystique about Marlene is still here today, and it is all because she knew how to manage her career long before professional women were common/5. Click to read more about Marlene Dietrich Lived Here by Eleanor Bailey. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.

Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich (/ m ɑːr ˈ l eɪ n ə ˈ d iː t r ɪ k /, German: [maʁˈleːnə ˈdiːtʁɪç]; 27 December – 6 May ) was a German-American actress and singer. Her career spanned from the s to the s. In s Berlin, Dietrich performed on the stage and in silent performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel (), brought her international.

Buy Marlene Dietrich Lived Here by Eleanor Bailey from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages:   Score: 25/30 Grade: A If I could give this four and a half stars, I would.

Marlene: Marlene Dietrich, a Personal Biography by Charlotte Chandler paints an incredibly intimate portrait of the classic star, recounting her endless love affairs, her life throughout both World Wars, her storied and strained relationships with her mother and sister, and her reclusive later years in Paris, France/5.

Marlene Dietrich has 23 books on Goodreads with ratings. Marlene Dietrich’s most popular book is Скажи мне, что ты меня любишь: Письма к Марлен. MARLENE DIETRICH: THE LIFE  by Maria Riva (Pegasus Books £)  Maria Riva, the only child of Marlene Dietrich, describes the all-consuming monstrousness required to be a .Read it, and then watch Dietrich’s films again and, what is more, try and follow through on some of the possibilities opened up by this book: to think those images of woman differently.

Thinking in Images: Film Theory, Feminist Philosophy and Marlene Dietrich, by .The subtitle could be "Odes to Great Men I Have Known".

The greater part of the book consists of effusive eulogies to great men Marlene Dietrich has known or worked with - starting, of course, with Von Sternberg who directed her in Blue Angel. Dietrich has an amazing ability to make even the most interesting subject matter boring/5.