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Fortunately for us, Marilyn Monroe was a memory hoarder. Moving too quickly to edit her own past, she abandoned piles of documents, letters, pictures, and memorabilia in file cabinet drawers, where they remained until after her premature demise. Feminist author Lois Banner selected this unique archive from more than 10,000 items left behind by the tragic starlet. She places these delicate shards of experience within the context of Marilyn's brief, eventful life. A telling, unpremeditated view of MM by herself.