New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1973. First printing.
This sumptuous, large-format volume of overblown musings by Mailer is accompanied by a fabulous portfolio of images, which will still challenge your notions of who Marilyn really was.
Illustrated with over 100 color and black and white photographs by some of the best, including Avedon, Arnold, Beaton, Lockwood, Schiller and Woodfield. Every time you think you know her, another photo supplies a completely different fantasy image; no wonder she turned to a few little pills to calm herself down.
Jacket has slight wear, otherwise a fabulous book.
270 pp. Near Fine in very good dust-jacket. Hardcover.