Every man wanted to be with her and every women wanted to be like her. Marilyn Monroe was a diamond in the ruff coming from an unstable and confusing childhood and then rising to instant fame as an actress and model and even after her sudden death at the age of 36, Marilyn has become one of the world’s most famous icons of the entertainment world.
Recently though an achieve of Marilyn’s poems, letters, notes, recipes, and diary entries have surfaced to reveal her sometimes devastating journey through psychoanalysis; her three marriages, to merchant marine James Dougherty, Yankee slugger Joe DiMaggio, and playwright Arthur Miller; and the mystery surrounding her tragic death at the age of 36.
In the latest issue of Vanity Fair, Marilyn covers the November 2010 issue making Marilyn the second deceased person to cover Vanity Fair this year(Grace Kelly covered the Vanity Fair May 2010 issue). Check out the entire article and some ecerpts from her poems and diary readingsHERE. (Via 80s purple)