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M. G. LordJean Nathan explores the disparity between Wright's polished facade and her turbulent interior in her first book, The Secret Life of the Lonely Doll, an exhaustively reported, gracefully written biography. The book was compiled with the cooperation of Wright's estate (she died, at the age of 86, in 2001), and since Nathan was privy to Wright's letters, she is in a position to tell you everything you could possibly want to know. Nathan also can -- and does -- tell things you may not want to know.
— The New York Times