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Mommie Dearest

Author : CHRISTINA CRAWFORD
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Mommie Dearest

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ISBN : 0792105729
Genre : Biographical films
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The story of the tormented and glamorous star, Joan Crawford, struggling to survive in a cutthroat world, succumbing to a rage leading to alcoholism and child abuse.
Category: Biographical films

The Mommie Dearest Collection

Author : Christina Crawford
ISBN : 9781504049061
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Together in one volume for the first time: The harrowing #1 New York Times bestseller with a new introduction, and its triumphant sequel. This volume includes two memoirs by Christina Crawford, recounting the abuse she endured as a child and her journey to recovery as an adult. Mommie Dearest: An unprecedented memoir of child abuse, Mommie Dearest also chipped away at the façade of Christina Crawford’s alcoholic abuser: her adoptive mother, movie star Joan Crawford. What transpired between a seemingly fortunate child of Hollywood and a controlling and desperate woman was an escalating nightmare and, for Christina, a fierce struggle for independence. This ebook features an exclusive new introduction by the author, plus rare photographs from her personal collection and a revealing one hundred pages of material not found in the original manuscript. “A horror story that goes beyond showbiz scandal-mongering . . . Delivers an unexpected charge.” —The New York Times “Probably the most chilling account of a mother-daughter relationship ever to be put on paper.” —Los Angeles Times Survivor: Mommie Dearest cast a spotlight on the unspoken horrors of family violence, but the years following its publication tested Christina Crawford’s resilience in unexpected ways: a backlash intended to shame her, a film adaptation that compounded the trauma, alcoholism, divorce, and a stroke that left her paralyzed. Staying true to her fighting spirit, the author made a remarkable comeback. Survivor is more than a memoir of triumph over tragedy. For anyone who has suffered challenging despair, it is a spiritual roadmap to recovery, finding peace, and celebrating a fulfilling life. “One closes this fine, moving read with great respect for Christina Crawford.” —Kirkus Reviews
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Is It Really Mommie Dearest

Author : Hilary S. Crew
ISBN : UOM:39015047835767
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Employs feminist theories on female adolescence to analyze the stories revealing the relationship between teenage daughters and mothers in young adult novels and short stories, highlighting stories in various cultures.
Category: Literary Criticism

Mommie Dearest Rebooted

Author : Joseph Covino
ISBN : 0943283434
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A sensitive and unassuming kid's seven atrocious years of violent bullying, child abuse and mis-treatment suffered at the wicked hands of an evil and malevolent mother and step-father from the mid-1960s to the early 1970s in Pensacola, Florida.
Category: Family & Relationships

Mommie Dearest

Author : Dennis Berry
ISBN : 1463734387
Genre : Fiction
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It's 2002 and Andy Eastman's life is falling apart. Eager to begin his summer vacation, Andy returns home to find a note from his wife: she's left him, sick of his laissez-faire attitude toward life. Instead of confronting his problems, he agrees to help a friend find out what's wrong with her husband, a lawyer recently fired by Boeing, Andy's employer. Andy uncovers a conspiracy involving Boeing, the lawyer, and rapacious co-conspirators—and all hell breaks loose: his son and two of his son's friends are abducted and the lawyer goes missing. Bewildered, dismayed, increasingly desperate, Andy shatters his self-image as a Vietnam vet turned pacifist, a man more prone to turn a cheek than throw a punch. He has no choice. He must rescue the boys—it's his only hope to save his marriage and the lives of those he cherishes.
Category: Fiction

Mother Goose Mother Jones Mommie Dearest

Author : Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan
ISBN : 900416927X
Genre : Religion
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Who are the mothers in the biblical text? What do they do? What kinds of power do they have? Issues of identity, authority, violence, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, sexual exploitation and rape-marriage, murder, and relation to God have haunted the characters and representations of motherhood from Eve to Mary and beyond. For better or for worse, these images speak potent messages even today. To explore biblical mothers and their relationships with their daughters and sons, the contributors to this volume participate in a comparative analysis between biblical mothers and mothers in popular media, history, literature, and the arts. The diversity of methods they employ prompts a rich discussion on the deconstruction of motherhood, offering new ways of envisioning both biblical and contemporary motherhood. The contributors are Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan and Tina Pippin, Madeline McClenney-Sadler, Wil Gafney, Brian Britt, Frank M. Yamada, Mignon R. Jacobs, Linda S. Schering, Mark Roncace and Deborah Whitehead, Andrew M. Mbuvi, Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder, Brenda Wallace, Margaret Aymer, Tat-siong Benny Liew, and Alison Jasper.
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The Mommie Dearest Diary

Author : Rutanya Alda
ISBN : 1515260607
Genre : Mommie dearest (Motion picture)
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Diary kept by Rutanya Alda, who played the part of Carol Ann, during the filming of the 1981 movie Mommie Dearest.
Category: Mommie dearest (Motion picture)

The Official Razzie Movie Guide

Author : John Wilson
ISBN : 9780446510080
Genre : Humor
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A paperback guide to 100 of the funniest bad movies ever made, this book covers a wide range of hopeless Hollywood product, and also including rare Razzie ceremony photos and a complete history of everything ever nominated for Tinsel Town's Tackiest Trophy.
Category: Humor

Joan Crawford

Author : Lawrence J. Quirk
ISBN : 9780813144115
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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" Joan Crawford: The Essential Biography explores the life and career of one of Hollywood's great dames. She was a leading film personality for more than fifty years, from her beginnings as a dancer in silent films of the 1920s, to her portrayals of working-class shop girls in the Depression thirties, to her Oscar-winning performances in classic films such as Mildred Pierce. Crawford's legacy has become somewhat tarnished in the wake of her daughter Christina's memoir, Mommie Dearest, which turned her into a national joke. Today, many picture Crawford only as a wire hanger-wielding shrew rather than the personification of Hollywood glamour. This new biography of Crawford sets the record straight, going beyond the gossip to find the truth about the legendary actress. The authors knew Crawford well and conducted scores of interviews with her and many of her friends and co-stars, including Frank Capra, George Cukor, Nicholas Ray, and Sidney Greenstreet. Far from a whitewash -- Crawford was indeed a colorful and difficult character -- Joan Crawford corrects many lies and tells the story of one of Hollywood's most influential stars, complete with on-set anecdotes and other movie lore. Through extensive interviews, in-depth analysis, and evaluation of her films and performances -- both successes and failures -- Lawrence J. Quirk and William Schoell present Crawford's story as both an appreciation and a reevaluation of her extraordinary life and career. Filled with new interviews, Joan Crawford tells the behind-the-scenes story of the Hollywood icon. Lawrence J. Quirk is the author of many books on film, including Bob Hope: The Road Well-Traveled. William Schoell is the author of several entertainment-related books, including Martini Man: The Life of Dean Martin.
Category: Biography & Autobiography