At a time when thousands and thousands of individuals stay compelled to remain dwelling amid strict social distancing guidelines, we’re tasked with altering the best way we supply our technique of inspiration.

Whereas numerous musicians have taken their music to the dwell streaming platform, it’s essential to keep in mind that a interval of self-isolation doesn’t require our eyes to be completely fixated to a display.

Looking for new studying materials, we’re turning to Marilyn Monroe, the American actress, mannequin, and singer who emerged as essentially the most iconic and well-liked intercourse symbols of the 1950s and early 1960s. Regardless of passing away on the premature age of 36, Monroe grew to become essentially the most wanted actor of a technology and her movies would go on to earn properly over $200 million on the field workplace.

Monroe, who had a thirst for literature and was as soon as famously married to playwright Arthur Miller, celebrated a library of properly over 400 books and included the likes of Ian Fleming, DH Lawrence, John Steinbeck, Thomas Wolfe F. Scott Fitzgerald and lots of, many extra.

“A number of pictures taken of Marilyn earlier in her life—those she particularly preferred—present her studying,”  Sam Kashner, writing for Vainness Honest, as soon as defined. “Eve Arnold photographed her for Esquire journal in a playground in Amagansett studying James Joyce’s Ulysses. Alfred Eisenstaedt photographed her, for Life, at dwelling, wearing white slacks and a black prime, curled up on her couch, studying, in entrance of a shelf of books—her private library, which might develop to 400 volumes. In one other {photograph}, she’s on a pulled-out couch mattress studying the poetry of Heinrich Heine.”

Right here, get pleasure from a listing of books owned by Marilyn Monroe. The complete record was auctioned by Christie’s in 1999 and has been collected into particular person teams akin to ‘American Literature’, ‘Anthologies’, ‘Journey’ and extra by Booktryst.

The 430 books in Marilyn Monroe’s library:

1) Let’s Make Love by Matthew Andrews (novelisation of the film)
2) How To Journey Incognito by Ludwig Bemelmans
3) To The One I Love Greatest by Ludwig Bemelmans
4) Thurber Nation by James Thurber
5) The Fall by Albert Camus
6) Marilyn Monroe by George Carpozi
7) Camille by Alexander Dumas
8) Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
9) The Boston Cooking-Faculty Cook dinner E-book by Fannie Merritt-Farmer
10) The Nice Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald
11) From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming
12) The Artwork Of Loving by Erich Fromm
13) The Prophet by Kahlil Gilbran
14) Ulysses by James Joyce
15) Stoned Like A Statue: A Full Survey Of Consuming Cliches, Primitive, Classical & Fashionable by Howard Kandel & Don Safran, with an intro by Dean Martin (a person who knew tips on how to drink!)
16) The Final Temptation Of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis
17) On The Street by Jack Kerouac
18) Chosen Poems by DH Lawrence
19 and 20) Sons And Lovers by DH Lawrence (2 editions)
21) The Moveable DH Lawrence
22) Etruscan Locations (DH Lawrence?)
23) DH Lawrence: A Fundamental Research Of His Concepts by Mary Freeman
24) The Assistant by Bernard Malamud
25) The Magic Barrel by Bernard Malamud
26) Dying In Venice & Seven Different Tales by Thomas Mann
27) Final Essays by Thomas Mann
28) The Thomas Mann Reader
29) Hawaii by James Michener
30) Crimson Roses For Me by Sean O’Casey
31) I Knock At The Door by Sean O’Casey
32) Chosen Performs by Sean O’Casey
33) The Inexperienced Crow by Sean O’Casey
34) Golden Boy by Clifford Odets
35) Conflict By Evening by Clifford Odets
36) The Nation Woman by Clifford Odets
37) 6 Performs Of Clifford Odets
38) The Cat With 2 Faces by Gordon Younger
39) Lengthy Day’s Journey Into Evening by Eugene O’Neill
40) Half Of A Lengthy Story: Eugene O’Neill As A Younger Man In Love by Agnes Boulton
41) The Little Engine That Might by Piper Watty (with infantile pencil scrawls at finish, presumably MM’s)
42) The New Pleasure Of Cooking by Irma S. Rombauer & Marion Rombauer-Becker (with some lower recipes, web page markers, a typed food plan sheet and manuscript procuring record, apparently in MM’s hand, laid in)
43) Chosen Performs Of George Bernard Shaw
44) Ellen Terry And Bernard Shaw – A Correspondence
45) Bernard Shaw & Mrs Patrick Campbell – Their Correspondence
46) The Quick Reigh Of Pippin IV by John Steinbeck
47) As soon as There Was A Conflict by John Steinbeck
48) Set This Home On Hearth by William Styron
49) Lie Down In Darkness (William Styron?)
50) The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams
51) Camino Actual by Tennessee Williams
52) A Streetcar Named Want by Tennessee Williams (with notes by MM)
53) The Flower In Drama And Glamour by Stark Younger (inscribed to MM by Lee Strasberg, Christmas 1955)

American Literature

54) Tender Is The Evening by F. Scott Fitzgerald
55) The Story Of A Novel by Thomas Wolfe
56) Look Homeward Angel by Thomas Wolfe
57) A Stone, A Leaf, A Door (Thomas Wolfe?)
58) Thomas Wolfe’s Letters To His Mom, ed. John Skally Terry
59) A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway
60) The Solar Additionally Rises by Ernest Hemingway
61) Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson
62) Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser
63) Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck
64) The American Claimant & Different Tales & Sketches by Mark Twain
65) In Protection of Harriet Shelley & Different Essays (Mark Twain?)
66) The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
67) Roughing It (Mark Twain?)
68) The Magic Christian by Terry Southern
69) A Dying In The Household by James Agee
70) The Conflict Lover by John Hersey
71) Don’t Name Me By My Proper Identify & Different Tales by James Purdy
72) Malcolm by James Purdy


73) The Moveable Irish Reader (pub. Viking)
74) The Moveable Poe – Edgar Allen Poe
75) The Moveable Walt Whitman
76) This Week’s Quick Tales (New York, 1953)
77) Bedside E-book Of Well-known Quick Tales
78) Quick Novels Of Colette
79) Quick Story Masterpieces (New York, 1960)
80) The Passionate Playgoer by George Oppenheimer
81) Fancies And Goodnights by John Collier
82) Evergreen Evaluation, Vol 2, No. 6
83) The Medal & Different Tales by Luigi Pirandello


84) Max Weber (artwork e-book – inscribed to MM by ‘Sam’ – Shaw?)
85) Renoir by Albert Skira
86) Max by Giovannetti Pericle
87) The Household Of Man by Carl Sandburg
88-90) Horizon, A Journal Of The Arts (Nov 1959, Jan 1960, Mar 1960.)
91) Jean Dubuffet by Daniel Cordier


92) The Summing Up by W. Somerset Maugham
93) Shut To Colette by Maurice Goudeket
94) This Demi-Paradise by Margaret Halsey
95) God Defend Me From My Associates by Gavin Maxwell
96) Minister Of Dying: The Adolf Eichmann Story by Quentin Reynolds, Ephraim Katz and Zwy Aldouby
97) Dance To The Piper by Agnes DeMille
98) Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It by Mae West
99) Act One by Moss Hart

Christian Science

100) Science And Well being With Key To The Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy
101) Poems, Together with Christ And Christmas by Mary Baker Eddy

Classical Works

102) 2 Performs: Peace And Lysistrata by Aristophanes
103) Of The Nature Of Issues by Lucretius
104) The Philosophy Of Plato
105) Mythology by Edith Hamilton
106) Principle Of Poetry And Advantageous Artwork by Aristotle
107) Metaphysics by Aristotle
108-111) Plutarch’s Lives, Vols 3-6 solely (of 6) by William and John Langhorne


112) Sure For Glory by Woody Guthrie
113) The Assist Of The Mysteries by Paul Breslow
114) Paris Blues by Harold Flender
115) The Shook-Up Technology by Harrison E. Salisbury

International-Language Texts And Translations

116) An Mands Ansigt by Arthur Miller
117) Impartial Individuals by Halldor Laxness
118) Mujer by Lina Rolan (inscribed to MM by writer)
119) The Havamal, ed. D.E. Martin Clarke
120) Yuan Mei: 18th Century Chinese language Poet by Arthur Waley
121) Almanach: Das 73 Jahr by S. Fischer Verlag

French Literature

122) Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
123) The Works Of Rabelais
124) The Guermantes Method by Marcel Proust
125) Cities Of The Plain by Marcel Proust
126) Inside A Budding Grove by Marcel Proust
127) The Candy Cheat Passed by Marcel Proust
128) The Captive by Marcel Proust
129) Nana by Emile Zola
130) Performs by Moliere


131) The Life And Work of Sigmund Freud by Ernest Jones
132) Letters Of Sigmund Freud, ed. Ernest L. Freud
133) Glory Mirrored by Martin Freud
134) Moses And Monotheism by Sigmund Freud
135) Conditioned Reflex Remedy by Andrew Salter

Gardening & Pets

136-137) The Clever Backyard Encyclopedia, ed. E.L.D. Seymour (2 editions)
138) Landscaping Your Personal House by Alice Dustan
139) Outpost Nurseries – publicity brochure
140) The Forest And The Sea by Marston Bates
141) Pet Turtles by Julien Bronson
142) A E-book About Bees by Edwin Method Teale
143) Codfish, Cats & Civilisation by Gary Webster


144) How To Do It, Or, The Artwork Of Energetic Entertaining by Elsa Maxwell
145) Wake Up, Silly by Mark Harris
146) Merry Christmas, Pleased New 12 months by Phyllis McGinley
147) The Hero Maker by Akbar Del Piombo & Norman Rubington
148) How To Speak At Gin by Ernie Kovacs
149) VIP Tosses A Celebration, by Virgil Partch
150) Who Blowed Up The Home & Different Ozark Folks Tales, ed. Randolph Vance
151) Snobs by Russell Lynes

Judaica (MM formally transformed to Judaism upon her marriage to Miller).

152) The Type of Every day Prayers
153) Sephath Emeth (Speech Of Reality): Order Of Prayers For The Wholes 12 months In Jewish and English
154) The Holy Scriptures In accordance To The Masoretic Textual content (inscribed to MM by Paula Strasberg, July 1, 1956)


155) The Regulation by Roger Vailland
156) The Constructing by Peter Martin
157) The Mermaids by Boros
158) They Got here To Cordura by Glendon Swarthout
159) The seventh Cross by Anna Seghers
160) A European Training by Romain Gary
161) Strike For A Kingdom by Menna Gallie
162) The Slide Space by Gavin Lambert
163) The Girl Who Was Poor by Leon Bloy
164) Inexperienced Mansions by W.H. Hudson
165) The Contenders by John Wain
166) The Greatest Of All Worlds, Or, What Voltaire By no means Knew by Hans Jorgen Lembourn (is that this the identical man who later wrote ’40 Days With Marilyn’?)
167) The Story Of Esther Costello by Nicholas Montsarrat
168) Oh Careless Love by Maurice Zolotow (MM biographer)
169) Add A Sprint Of Pity by Peter Ustinov
170) An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser (filmed as A Place In The Solar – MM admired Elizabeth Taylor’s efficiency)
171) The Mark Of The Warrior by Paul Scott
172) The Dancing Bear by Edzard Schaper
173) Miracle In The Rain by Ben Hecht (co-author of MM’s autobiography)
174) The Information by R.Ok. Narayan
175) Blow Up A Storm by Garson Kanin (later wrote screenplay ‘Moviola’, featurning an MM-based character)
176) Jonathan by Russell O’Neill
177) Fowlers Finish by Gerald Kersh
178) Hurricane Season by Ralph Winnett
179) The un-People by Alvah Bessie (later wrote The Image, a novel loosely primarily based on MM’s life)
180) The Satan’s Advocate by Morris L. West
181) On Such A Evening by Anthony Quayle
182) Say You By no means Noticed Me by Arthur Nesbitt
183) All The Bare Heroes by Alan Kapener
184) Jeremy Todd by Hamilton Maule
185) Miss America by Daniel Stren
186) Fever In The Blood by William Pearson
187) Spartacus by Howard Quick
188) Venetian Crimson by L.M. Pasinetti
189) A Cup Of Tea For Mr Thorgill by Storm Jameson
190) Six O’Clock Informal by Henry W. Cune
191) Mischief by Charlotte Armstrong (the film ‘Don’t Hassle To Knock’ was primarily based on this novel)
192) The Gingko Tree by Sheelagh Burns
193) The Mountain Street by Theodore H. White
194) Three Circles Of Gentle by Pietro Di Donato
195) The Day The Cash Stopped by Brendan Gill
196) The Carpetbaggers by Harold Robbins (Hollywood-set bestseller, that includes a Jean Harlow-based character, Rina Marlowe. Marilyn’s secretary, Margerie Stengel, remembers that Marilyn was studying a Robbins novel in her New York house in 1961.)
197-198) Justine by Lawrence Durrell (2 editions, presumably learn throughout filming of The Misfits)
199) Balthazar by Lawrence Durrell
200) Brighton Rock by Graham Greene
201) The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad
202) The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett
203) Portrait Of The Artist As A Younger Canine by Dylan Thomas (Marilyn met Thomas in Shelley Winters’ house circa 1951)
204) Hear Us O Lord From Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, by Malcolm Lowry

Fashionable Library

205) The Sound And The Fury/As I Lay Dying, by William Faulkner
206) God’s Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell
207) Anna Christie/The Emperor Jones/The Bushy Ape by Eugene O’Neill (Marilyn performed Anna in a scene carried out on the Actor’s Studio in 1956)
208) The Philosophy Of Schopenhauer by Irwin Edman
209) The Philosophy Of Spinoza by Joseph Ratner
210) The Dubliners by James Joyce
211) Chosen Poems by Emily Dickinson
212) The Collected Quick Tales by Dorothy Parker (Good friend of Marilyn’s, lived close by her Doheny Drive house in 1961)
213) Chosen Works by Alexander Pope
214) The Crimson And The Black by Stendhal
215) The Life Of Michelangelo by John Addington
216) Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham (Niagara director Henry Hathaway needed to movie this with MM and James Dean. It was ultimately made with Kim Novak and Laurence Harvey.)
217) Three Well-known French Romances (W. Somerset Maugham?)
218) Napoleon by Emil Ludwig
219) Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert (a second copy?)
220) The Poems And Fairy-Tales by Oscar Wilde
221) Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland/By means of The Trying Glass/The Searching Of The Snark, by Lewis Carroll
222) A Excessive Wind In Jamaica by Richard Hughes
223) An Anthology Of American Negro Literature, ed. Sylvestre C. Watkins


224) Beethoven: His Non secular Improvement by J.W.N. Sullivan
225) Music For The Thousands and thousands by David Ewen
226) Schubert by Ralph Bates
227) Males Of Music by Wallace Brockaway and Herbert Weinstock


228) The Potting Shed by Graham Greene
229) Politics In The American Drama by Caspar Nannes
230) Sons Of Males by Herschel Steinhardt
231) Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin (MM auditioned for the film, however Judy Holliday received the half)
232) Untitled & Different Radio Drams by Norman Corwin
233) 13 By Corwin, by Norman Corwin
234) Extra By Corwin, by Norman Corwin
235) Lengthy Day’s Journey Into Evening by Eugene O’Neill (a second copy)
236) Greatest American Performs: Third Collection, 1945-1951
237) Theatre ’52 by John Chapman
238) 16 Well-known European Performs, by Bennett Cerf and Van H. Cartmell
239) The Full Performs Of Henry James
240) 20 Greatest Performs Of The Fashionable American Theatre, by John Glassner
241) Elizabethan Performs by Hazelton Spencer
242) Critics’ Selection by Jack Gaver
243) Fashionable American Dramas by Harlan Hatcher
244) The Album Of The Cambridge Garrick Membership

European Poetry

245) A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Houseman
246) The Poetry & Prose Of Heinrich Heine by Frederich Ewen
247) The Poetical works Of John Milton, by H.C. Beeching
248) The Poetical Works Of Robert Browning (H.C. Beeching?)
249) Wordsworth by Richard Wilbur
250) The Poetical Works Of Shelley (Richard Wilbur?)
251) The Moveable Blake, by William Blake
252) William Shakespeare: Sonnets, ed. Mary Jane Gorton
253) Poems Of Robert Burns, ed. Henry Meikle & William Beattie
254) The Penguin E-book Of English Verse, ed. John Hayward
255) Aragon: Poet Of The French Resistance, by Hannah Josephson & Malcolm Cowley
256) Star Crossed by Margaret Tilden

American Poetry

257 and 258) Collected Sonnets by Edna St Vincent Millay (2 editions)
259) Robert Frost’s Poems by Louis Untermeyer (Marilyn befriended Untermeyer throughout her marriage to Arthur)
260) Poe: Full Poems by Richard Wilbur (a 2nd copy?)
261) The Life And Occasions Of Archy And Mehitabel by Don Marquis
262) The Pocketbook Of Fashionable Verse by Oscar Williams
263) Poems by John Tagliabue
264) Chosen Poems by Rafael Alberti
265) Chosen Poetry by Robinson Jeffers
266) The American Puritans: Their Prose & Poetry, by Perry Miller
267) Chosen Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke
268) Poet In New York by Federico Garcia Lorca
269) The Vapor Path by Ivan Lawrence Becker (inscribed to Arthur by the writer, there’s additionally a notice to MM)
270) Love Poems & Love Letters For All The 12 months
271) 100 Fashionable Poems, ed. Selden Rodman
272) The Sweeniad, by Myra Buttle
273) Poetry: A Journal Of Verse, Vol.70, no. 6


274) The Wall Between by Anne Braden
275) The Roots Of American Communism by Theodore Draper
276) A View Of The Nation – An Anthology : 1955-1959, ed. Henry Christian
277) A Socialist’s Religion by Norman Thomas
278-279) Rededication To Freedom by Benjamin Ginzburg (2 copies)
280) The Ignorant Armies by E.M. Halliday
281) Commonwealth Vs Sacco & Vanzetti, by Robert P. Weeks
282) Journey To The Starting by Edgar Snow
283) Das Kapital by Karl Marx
284) Lidice by Eleanor Wheeler
285) The Research Of Historical past by Arnold Toynbee
286) America The Invincible by Emmet John Hughes
287) The Unfinished Nation by Max Lerner
288) Crimson Mirage by John O’Kearney
289) Background & Foreground – The New York Occasions Journal: An Anthology, ed. Lester Markel (a pal of MM)
290) The Failure Of Success by Esther Milner
291) A Piece Of My Thoughts by Edmund Wilson
292) The Reality About The Munich Disaster by Viscount Maugham
293) The Alienation Of Fashionable Man by Fritz Pappenheim
294) A Practice Of Powder by Rebecca West
295) Report From Palermo by Danilo Dolci
296) The Satan In Massachusetts by Marion Starkey
297) American Rights: The Structure In Motion, by Walter Gellhorn
298) Evening by Francis Pollini
299) The Proper Of The Individuals by William Douglas
300) The Jury Is Nonetheless Out by Irwin Davidson and Richard Gehman
301) First Diploma by William Kunstler
302) Democracy In America by Alexis De Tocqueville
303) World Underworld by Andrew Varna


304) Catechism For Younger Kids (1936, so could also be from Norma Jeane’s childhood)
305) Prayer Modifications Issues (1952, inscribed to MM – maybe from Jane Russell?)
306) The Prophet by Kahlil Bibran (a second copy?)
307) The Magic Phrase L.I.D.G.T.T.F.T.A.T.I.M. by Robert Collier
308) The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran (a 3rd copy?)
309) His Brother’s Keeper by Milton Gross (3-page extract from Readers’ Digest, Dec 1961)
310) Christliches ergissmeinnicht by Ok. Ehmann
311) And It Was Instructed Of A Sure Potter by Walter C. Lanyon (1922, so could also be from childhood. A number of newspaper poems and prayers tipped in.)
312) Bahai Prayers (inscribed to MM, ‘Marilyn Monroe Maybeline. A present for my darling Maybeline, with all my love, Charlzetta’ – dated 1961.)


313) Man In opposition to Himself by Karl A. Menninger
314) The Tower And The Abyss by Erich Kahler
315) One thing To Dwell By, by Dorothea S. Kopplin
316) Man’s Supreme Inheritance by Alexander F. Matthias
317) The Miracles Of Your Thoughts by Joseph Murphy
318) The Knowledge Of The Sands by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
319) A Jail, A Paradise by Loran Hurnscot
320) The Magic Of Believing by Claude M. Bristol
321) Peace Of Thoughts by Joshua Loth Liebman
322) The Use Of The Self by Alexander F. Matthias
323) The Energy Inside You by Claude M. Bristol
324) The Name Woman by Harold Greenwald
325) Troubled Girls by Lucy Freeman (who later wrote ‘Why Norma Jean Killed Marilyn Monroe’)
326) Chill out And Dwell by Joseph A. Kennedy
327) Without end Younger, Without end Wholesome by Indra Devi
328) The Open Self by Charles Morris
329) Hypnotism At present by Leslie Lecron & Jean Bordeaux
330) The Masks Of God: Primitive Mythology, by Joseph Campbell
331) Some Traits Of At present by Rudolph Steiner


332) Child & Little one Care by Dr Benjamin Spock (pub. 1958)
333) Flower Arranging For Enjoyable by Hazel Peckinpaugh Dunlop
334) Hugo’s Pocket Dictionary: French-English And English-French
335) Spoken French For Travellers And Vacationers, by Charles Kany & Mathurin Dondo
336) Roget’s Pocket Thesaurus, by C.O. Mawson & Ok.A. Whiting


337) What Is A Jew? by Morris Kertzer
338) A Partisan Information To The Jewish Downside, by Milton Steinberg
339) The Tales Of Rabbi Nachman, by Martin Buber
340) The Saviours Of God: Non secular Workout routines, by Nikos Kazantzakis
341) The Prophet by Kahlil Gilbran (4th copy?)
342) The Lifeless Sea Scrolls by Millar Burrows
343) The Secret Books Of The Egyptian Gnostics, by Jean Doresse
344) Jesus by Kahlil Gilbran
345) Reminiscences Of A Catholic Girlhood, by Mary McCarthy
346) Why I Am Not A Christian, by Bertrand Russell

Russian Literature

347) Redemption & Different Performs by Leo Tolstoy
348) The Viking Library Moveable Anton Chekhov
349) The Home Of The Lifeless, by Fyodor Dostoevsky
350) Crime And Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
351) Greatest Russian Tales: An Anthology, ed. Thomas Seltzer
352) The Performs Of Anton Chekhov
353) Smoke by Ivan Turgenev
354) The Poems, Prose & Performs Of Alexander Pushkin
355) The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky (not within the Christies’ catalogue. However buddies of MM recall her studying it as a younger actress, and he or she had hopes of taking part in Grushenka. Her personal remarks in interviews make it clear that she had learn the novel.)


356) Our Data Of The Exterior World, by Bertrand Russell
357) Frequent Sense And Nuclear Warfare, by Bertrand Russell
358) Out Of My Later Years by Albert Einstein
359) Males And Atoms by William Laurence
360) Man Alive by Daniel Colin Munro (inscribed to Renna Campbell from Lorraine?)
361) Physician Pygmalion by Maxwell Maltz
362) Panorama: A New Evaluation, ed. R.F. Tannenbaum
363) Everyman’s Search by Rebecca Beard
364) Of Stars And Males by Harlow Shapley
365) From Hiroshima To The Moon, by Daniel Lang
366) The Open Thoughts by J. Robert Oppenheimer
367) Sexual Impotence In The Male, by Leonard Paul Wershub

Scripts And Readings

368) Medea by Jeffers Robinson
369) Antigone by Jean Anouilh
370) Bell, E-book And Candle by John Van Druten
371) The Girls by Clare Boothe
372) Jean Of Lorraine by Maxwell Anderson


373) The Sawbwa And His Secretary by C.Y. Lee
374) The Twain Shall Meet by Christopher Rand
375) Kingdom Of The Rocks by Consuelo De Saint-Exupery
376) The Coronary heart Of India by Alexander Campbell
377) Man-Eaters Of India by Jim Corbett
378) Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett
379) My India by Jim Corbett
380) A Time In Rome by Elizabeth Bowen
381) London by Jacques Boussard
382) New York State Vacationlands
383) Russian Journey by William O. Douglas
384) The Golden Bough by James G. Frazer

Girls Authors

385) The Moveable Dorothy Parker
386) My Antonia by Willa Cather
387) Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
388) The Ballad Of The Unhappy Cafe by Carson McCullers (befriended Marilyn when she first moved to New York)
389) The Quick Novels Of Colette (A second copy?)
390) The Little Disturbances Of Man by Grace Paley

“Listed here are just a few different books which weren’t included, however Monroe was reported both to have learn or owned them. Most on the record are cited within the Unabridged Marilyn.”

391) The Autobiography Of Lincoln Steffens (learn throughout The Fireball)
392-403) Carl Sandburg’s 12-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln
404) The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery (Marilyn gave a duplicate to Joe after their marriage ceremony)
405) Poems Of W.B. Yeats (Marilyn learn his poems aloud at Norman Rosten’s home)
406) Mr Roberts by Joyce Cary
407) The Considering Physique by Mabel Elsworth Todd
408) The Actor Prepares by Konstantin Stanislavsky
409) The Bible
410) The Biography Of Eleanora Duse, by William Weaver
411) De Humani Corporis Fabrica (Research Of Human Bone Construction) by Andreas Vesalius
412) Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson
413) Gertrude Lawrence As Mrs A, by Richard Aldrich
414) Goodnight Candy Prince by Gene Fowler
415) Greek Mythology by Edith Hamilton
416) How Stanislavsky Directs by Mikhail Gorchakov (posted earlier by Felicia)
417) I Married Journey by Olso Johnson
418) The Significance Of Dwelling by Lin Yutang
419) Letters To A Younger Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke (learn throughout All About Eve)
420) Psychology Of On a regular basis Life by Sigmund Freud
421) The Rains Got here by Louis Broomfield
422) The Rights Of Man by Thomas Paine (learn throughout some Like It Scorching)
423) Swann’s Method by Marcel Proust
424) To The Actor by Michael Chekhov (Marilyn’s appearing instructor from 1950-1955)
425) Captain Newman, M.D. (Novel primarily based on Dr Ralph Greenson’s as a military physician in Korea. Marilyn was mentioned to be studying this on the week of her dying.A movie primarily based on the e-book was launched in 1963.)
426) Songs For Patricia by Norman Rosten (posted by Paju)
427) A Misplaced Girl by Willa Cather (Marilyn hoped to movie this together with her manufacturing firm. However an earlier adaptation was so disappointing to the writer, that she withdrew the movie rights.)
428) Lust For Life by Irving Stone
429) The Deer Park by Norman Mailer (Hollywood-based novel. Marilyn commented on the e-book, ‘He’s too impressed by energy, for my part.’ Mailer tried unsuccessfully to fulfill Marilyn, and after her dying wrote a number of books on her.)
430) The Insurgent by Albert Camus

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