"Gentlemen prefer blondes"
Anita Loos
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An edition of "Gentlemen prefer blondes" (1925)

"Gentlemen prefer blondes"

the illuminating diary of a professional lady

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This edition was published in by Boni & Liveright in New York.

Written in English

217 pages

In this brilliant satire of the Jazz Age first published in 1925, Anita Loos created the funniest Bad Blonde in American literature, a role that Marilyn Monroe made famous in the classic film comedy by the same name. This is the story of the "educational" travels of Lorelei Lee, the kind of girl who always gets what she wants.

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"Gentlemen prefer blondes"

First published in 1925



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In this brilliant satire of the Jazz Age first published in 1925, Anita Loos created the funniest Bad Blonde in American literature, a role that Marilyn Monroe made famous in the classic film comedy by the same name. This is the story of the "educational" travels of Lorelei Lee, the kind of girl who always gets what she wants.

"Gentlemen prefer blondes"

the illuminating diary of a professional lady

This edition was published in by Boni & Liveright in New York.


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PZ3.L875 Ge

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OL17760762M

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