Marlene Dietrich's ABC PDF/EPUB õ Marlene Dietrich's

Marlene Dietrich's ABC PDF/EPUB õ Marlene Dietrich's



10 thoughts on “Marlene Dietrich's ABC

  1. Kev Kev says:

    terse old fashioned chauvinist but brimming with world famous faded sex symbol grandma diva wisdom like thisFORGIVENESS Once a woman has forgiven her man she must not reheat her sins for breakfastCIGARETTES I started smoking during the war I have kept it up ever since It keeps me healthyPOTATOES I love them I eat themPHYSICAL LOVE Any society that allows conditions to exist in which the adolescent begins to connect guilt with physical love raises a generation of defectivesCAMERA A friend of mine We understood each othergo watch MOROCCO 1930 and then come back and read this—it's short and wonderful


  2. Samantha Glasser Samantha Glasser says:

    This book is a throw away read for if you want a few moments of enjoyment It is laid out like a dictionary and full of terms which Marlene offers her comments on Some are amusing others are thoughtful and some are plain silly I remember how much Marlene loved sandwiches which she considered to be the perfect meal Light reading for sure


  3. Jade Jade says:

    A fascinating read by a fascinating lady funny politically incorrect and a real treasure includes lots of Ms Marlene's own recipes she was an amazing cook that I have lovingly saved to use in my future cooking How do you like that for a bamoh this is Marlene Dietrich's recipe for schnitzel A blast to read


  4. J J says:

    Notes While AwayVery strange very lovely lady I have wanted to get my hands on a copy of this since I learned of its unusual format and saw its stunning cover art A chance trip to a local used book retailer ended with my procuring of a copy There's a lot of advice in here Some uite good and relevant others odd but wonderful purely because it showcases Dietrich's singular personality I didn't expect food to factor into this to the degree that it did; the book is riddled with recipes Dietrich is uite the fan of meat and potatoes and possibly ketchup I found a lot of the recipes unappealing particularly the boiled mason jar meat The boiled fish however is intriguing and the Russian Salad is absolutely up my alleyThe oddest thing by far to me is still the DIY lotion Egg whites okay drops of lemon okay and drum roll toilet water Thank you Marlene but no


  5. Netochka Nezvanova Netochka Nezvanova says:

    one of the finest pieces of literature ever published Would give it six stars if it was illustrated


  6. M. P. M. P. says:

    Marlene Dietrich the greatest woman of the 20th century Marlene Dietrich's ABC offers a uniue insight into the sharp witted mind of the swashbuckling star who put me into her pocket for life the moment I finished this book It is an odd ueer weird peculiar uite unusual you name it dictionary written by a larger than life legend who could charm a bird off a tree And oh boy she didAt the same time M D is both far ahead of her time and old fashioned for our time; intelligent and silly; grand and small She is arrogant and opinionated and straightforward in her reflection and her thought She is stony hearted in her self presentation Despite her claiming to be a rational realist Marlene is a practising dreamer who is acutely aware of being alive when standing in the wind She is cruelly studying you with her bright blue Berlin eyes while you are reading If you have ears you will even hear her sing to you A B C D E Bitte geh nicht fortThere is a vagabond almost harlotry nobility about her but yes my oh my we still love Marlene Dietrich just the way we did When the World Was Young


  7. Kelly Kelly says:

    An odd little book of miscellany in which Marlene Dietrich gives brief opinions on various topics arranged alphabetically Dark nail polish is vulgar for example or I am against coeducational schools Boys have enough to cope with without girls adding to the disturbance At its best when she gives her opinions on other famous people Shirley Booth came onstage said Hello and had me crying and oddly enough giving out personal recipes for everything from goulash to scrambled eggs


  8. Angie Angie says:

    I picked up this book at an estate sale and so glad I did This most famous actress wrote this book in 1961 and although some of her definitions are beyond dated and somewhat sexist many were spot on for the here and now The book goes through her own vocabulary of her version of words writing definitions per her opinion and experience I enjoyed her definition of “married love” and the recipes she shared


  9. Gina Wilson Gina Wilson says:

    There are some uotable pieces in here but it is rife with chauvinism Some interesting musings throughout but also a lot of preaching to women about how their emotional volatility bad attitudes and inability to think logically annoys men and ruins relationships In contrast Marlene doesn’t have much advice for men and endlessly expounds upon her admiration for many of them


  10. Margaret Margaret says:

    This is a rather odd sort of book Is it a memoir? An advice book? A cookbook? I really don't know but it was fascinating I couldn't stop reading it


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Marlene Dietrich's ABC [Reading] ➷ Marlene Dietrich's ABC By Marlene Dietrich – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Best E Book, Marlene Dietrich's ABC By Marlene Dietrich This is very good and the main topic to read with book details 189 pages isbn 9780804461177 format Hardcover and others and has a text language Best EBook, Marlene Dietrich's ABC By Marlene Dietrich This is very good and the main topic to read with book details pages isbn format Hardcover and others and has a text language like English.

10 thoughts on “Marlene Dietrich's ABC

  1. Kev Kev says:

    terse old fashioned chauvinist but brimming with world famous faded sex symbol grandma diva wisdom like thisFORGIVENESS Once a woman has forgiven her man she must not reheat her sins for breakfastCIGARETTES I started smoking during the war I have kept it up ever since It keeps me healthyPOTATOES I love them I eat themPHYSICAL LOVE Any society that allows conditions to exist in which the adolescent begins to connect guilt with physical love raises a generation of defectivesCAMERA A friend of mine We understood each othergo watch MOROCCO 1930 and then come back and read this—it's short and wonderful

  2. Samantha Glasser Samantha Glasser says:

    This book is a throw away read for if you want a few moments of enjoyment It is laid out like a dictionary and full of terms which Marlene offers her comments on Some are amusing others are thoughtful and some are plain silly I remember how much Marlene loved sandwiches which she considered to be the perfect meal Light reading for sure

  3. Jade Jade says:

    A fascinating read by a fascinating lady funny politically incorrect and a real treasure includes lots of Ms Marlene's own recipes she was an amazing cook that I have lovingly saved to use in my future cooking How do you like that for a bamoh this is Marlene Dietrich's recipe for schnitzel A blast to read

  4. J J says:

    Notes While AwayVery strange very lovely lady I have wanted to get my hands on a copy of this since I learned of its unusual format and saw its stunning cover art A chance trip to a local used book retailer ended with my procuring of a copy There's a lot of advice in here Some uite good and relevant others odd but wonderful purely because it showcases Dietrich's singular personality I didn't expect food to factor into this to the degree that it did; the book is riddled with recipes Dietrich is uite the fan of meat and potatoes and possibly ketchup I found a lot of the recipes unappealing particularly the boiled mason jar meat The boiled fish however is intriguing and the Russian Salad is absolutely up my alleyThe oddest thing by far to me is still the DIY lotion Egg whites okay drops of lemon okay and drum roll toilet water Thank you Marlene but no

  5. Netochka Nezvanova Netochka Nezvanova says:

    one of the finest pieces of literature ever published Would give it six stars if it was illustrated

  6. M. P. M. P. says:

    Marlene Dietrich the greatest woman of the 20th century Marlene Dietrich's ABC offers a uniue insight into the sharp witted mind of the swashbuckling star who put me into her pocket for life the moment I finished this book It is an odd ueer weird peculiar uite unusual you name it dictionary written by a larger than life legend who could charm a bird off a tree And oh boy she didAt the same time M D is both far ahead of her time and old fashioned for our time; intelligent and silly; grand and small She is arrogant and opinionated and straightforward in her reflection and her thought She is stony hearted in her self presentation Despite her claiming to be a rational realist Marlene is a practising dreamer who is acutely aware of being alive when standing in the wind She is cruelly studying you with her bright blue Berlin eyes while you are reading If you have ears you will even hear her sing to you A B C D E Bitte geh nicht fortThere is a vagabond almost harlotry nobility about her but yes my oh my we still love Marlene Dietrich just the way we did When the World Was Young

  7. Kelly Kelly says:

    An odd little book of miscellany in which Marlene Dietrich gives brief opinions on various topics arranged alphabetically Dark nail polish is vulgar for example or I am against coeducational schools Boys have enough to cope with without girls adding to the disturbance At its best when she gives her opinions on other famous people Shirley Booth came onstage said Hello and had me crying and oddly enough giving out personal recipes for everything from goulash to scrambled eggs

  8. Angie Angie says:

    I picked up this book at an estate sale and so glad I did This most famous actress wrote this book in 1961 and although some of her definitions are beyond dated and somewhat sexist many were spot on for the here and now The book goes through her own vocabulary of her version of words writing definitions per her opinion and experience I enjoyed her definition of “married love” and the recipes she shared

  9. Gina Wilson Gina Wilson says:

    There are some uotable pieces in here but it is rife with chauvinism Some interesting musings throughout but also a lot of preaching to women about how their emotional volatility bad attitudes and inability to think logically annoys men and ruins relationships In contrast Marlene doesn’t have much advice for men and endlessly expounds upon her admiration for many of them

  10. Margaret Margaret says:

    This is a rather odd sort of book Is it a memoir? An advice book? A cookbook? I really don't know but it was fascinating I couldn't stop reading it

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