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玛丽莲梦露

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玛丽莲梦露x伊丽莎白泰勒
无左右,419过去捏造*
(真实目的是想写两个大美女搞姬
灵感来源为据传伊丽莎白泰勒的日记,欧欧吸全部归我,除记者采访、419相关和玛丽莲梦露原名外全是我编的(

“我只与和我结婚的男人上床”,伊丽莎白•泰勒多年后对着记者冷冷撂下这句话,抿紧的唇线中有被冒犯的愤怒。

她不撒谎。她是虔诚教徒,坚信自己能进天堂。她虔诚就虔诚在她很坦率,于爱与憎,于罪与罚。祈祷忏悔时她毫无保留,结束后从来问心无愧。

所以她开口前顿那一下无关谎言,只是那人是女人罢了。

那个放荡的婊子,好莱坞不曾像忘却自己一般忘却她。眯着眼笑的她仍被印在所有地方,仍让男人牵肠挂肚。迷离的眼神与丰满的唇,...

玛丽莲梦露x伊丽莎白泰勒
无左右,419过去捏造*
(真实目的是想写两个大美女搞姬
灵感来源为据传伊丽莎白泰勒的日记,欧欧吸全部归我,除记者采访、419相关和玛丽莲梦露原名外全是我编的(

“我只与和我结婚的男人上床”,伊丽莎白•泰勒多年后对着记者冷冷撂下这句话,抿紧的唇线中有被冒犯的愤怒。

她不撒谎。她是虔诚教徒,坚信自己能进天堂。她虔诚就虔诚在她很坦率,于爱与憎,于罪与罚。祈祷忏悔时她毫无保留,结束后从来问心无愧。

所以她开口前顿那一下无关谎言,只是那人是女人罢了。

那个放荡的婊子,好莱坞不曾像忘却自己一般忘却她。眯着眼笑的她仍被印在所有地方,仍让男人牵肠挂肚。迷离的眼神与丰满的唇,裙摆飞起时竟难以分辨她是假天真还是真放荡,她只仿佛真是在发自内心地笑着,抬眸时对着银幕外说“你该爱我”。

伊丽莎白带着些恶毒地想,愿上帝保佑她的灵魂安息。

她痛恨回忆那个夜晚,或许是几个,在夏天的Vegas,人们性欲高涨,故事俗套得要命。然而记忆像水磨石,像掐丝珐琅景泰蓝,反复擦洗只会更光洁如新。她面颊那颗痣位置很特别,舔吻起来有微微的凸起。她的身材丰腴甜美,呵,这所有美国人都心知肚明。但是确实,伊丽莎白承认,她在这婊子身上看到了文艺复兴年代裸体画般的肉欲与纯真,甚至称得上圣洁。

而这躯体当时便裸露在她面前,没什么羞涩扭捏,非常坦率地勾引,倒与她自己引以为傲的坦率形成种微妙的讽刺。她没和女人睡过,这是头一遭。她写过,“她触碰我时,我能感觉到强烈的电流。我想看看这个婊子会干些什么,结果她全做了。”,是的,那个婊子触碰她、打开她,最后和她一起干了个爽。

不她丝毫不怀念,她只是有些小小自得于自己聪明的话术。

叫她诺玛吧,玛丽莲•梦露这个名字太虚假,那是个标志,却也不再是她。

伊丽莎白有点哀伤地以回想起故人的原名结束了这次对往事的追忆。百无聊赖地转着手上的鸽子蛋,她决定欣赏珠宝改善心情。现在倒又是夏天了。

她拒绝思考为什么对方愿意告诉她,又在床笫间坚持这个称呼,正如她不去想,好莱坞美女如云,自己向来爱男人,为什么却只在这个女人的触碰下臣服。

最后说一句我爱雷女士,所以拿歌名做了文章名:)

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我容易么

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假装成都是泡泡的样子(x)

我容易么

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梦露的书单:

这是梦露的粉丝们通过档案照片、访谈和拍卖目录等等,整理出的一份梦露的书单,一共438本书,其中390本有文字资料可以查阅,40本需要其他资料给予考证。

书单中包含:

小说、戏剧、诗集……

人文艺术、科学、宗教、古典哲学、心理学、社会政治……

比如罗素的《我们关于外间世界的知识》,弗洛伊德和弗洛姆的心理学书籍,亚里士多德的《形而上学》,林语堂的《生活的艺术》,托克维尔的《论美国的民主》……

*梦露还找过弗洛伊德的女儿进行心理辅导。

*梦露在自传里提到很喜欢林肯斯蒂芬斯,自传里关于这个的描写很有趣我有空也整理一下粘上来。

*梦露在自传里还提到过最喜欢的总统是亚伯拉罕·...

梦露的书单:

这是梦露的粉丝们通过档案照片、访谈和拍卖目录等等,整理出的一份梦露的书单,一共438本书,其中390本有文字资料可以查阅,40本需要其他资料给予考证。

书单中包含:

小说、戏剧、诗集……

人文艺术、科学、宗教、古典哲学、心理学、社会政治……

比如罗素的《我们关于外间世界的知识》,弗洛伊德和弗洛姆的心理学书籍,亚里士多德的《形而上学》,林语堂的《生活的艺术》,托克维尔的《论美国的民主》……

*梦露还找过弗洛伊德的女儿进行心理辅导。

*梦露在自传里提到很喜欢林肯斯蒂芬斯,自传里关于这个的描写很有趣我有空也整理一下粘上来。

*梦露在自传里还提到过最喜欢的总统是亚伯拉罕·林肯,最起码他们的童年很相似,梦露还有捧着林肯画像的照片。

下面是书单:

short list

1. Books by Albert Camus (The Fall, The Rebel)
阿尔贝·加缪的书,《堕落》《反抗者》
2. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
《看不见的人》拉尔夫·艾利森
3. The Prophet by Kahlil Gilbran
《先知》纪伯伦
4. The Last Temptation Of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis
《基督最后的诱惑》尼科斯·卡赞扎基斯 
5. On The Road by Jack Kerouac
《在路上》杰克·凯鲁亚克
6. Sons And Lovers by DH Lawrence
《儿子与情人》 戴.赫.劳伦斯
注:完整书单中还有劳伦斯的诗选
7. Plays by Sean O’Casey
肖恩·奥凯西的戏剧
8. Plays Of Clifford Odets (Golden Boy, Clash By Night)
克利福德·奥德茨的戏剧,《金孩子》,《夜间冲突》
9. Plays by Eugene O’Neill
(Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Anna Christie)
尤金·奥尼尔的戏剧,《长夜漫漫路迢迢》《安娜克莉丝蒂》
10. The Little Engine That Could by Piper Watty
11. Plays by George Bernard Shaw
萧伯纳的戏剧
12 Anything by John Steinbeck
约翰·史坦贝克的一些文字
13. The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams
《罗马之春》(小说)田纳西·威廉斯
14. Plays Of Tennessee Williams
田纳西·威廉斯的戏剧
15. Tender Is The Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
《夜未央》菲茨杰拉德
注:《了不起的盖茨比》也在完整书单中
16. Books by Thomas Wolfe (The Story Of A Novel, Look Homeward Angel)
伍尔夫的小说,《天使望故乡》
17. Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson
《小城畸人》舍伍德·安德森
18. The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
《哈克历险记》 马克·吐温
注:他的书还有短篇小说集和《艰苦岁月》
19. Short Novels Of Colette
柯莱特的短篇小说
20. Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It by Mae West
梅·韦斯特的传记
21. Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
《包法利夫人》 福楼拜
22. Nana by Emile Zola
《娜娜》埃米尔·左拉
23. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
《美国悲剧》 德莱赛
24. Brighton Rock by Graham Greene
《布赖顿硬糖》 格雷厄姆·格林
25. Anything by Dylan Thomas
狄兰·托马斯的各种作品
26. The Sound And The Fury/As I Lay Dying, by William Faulkner
《喧哗与躁动》,《我弥留之际》 福克纳
27. The Dubliners by James Joyce
《都柏林人》 詹姆斯·乔伊斯
注:他的《尤利西斯》也是梦露非常喜欢的一本书
28. Poems by Emily Dickinson
狄更生诗集
29. Anything by Dorothy Parker
多罗茜·帕克的各种作品
30. Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham
《人性的枷锁》 毛姆
31. The Poetry Of Shelley
雪莱诗集
32. The Poetry Of William Blake
威廉·布莱克诗集
33. The Poetry Of Edna St Vincent Millay
米莱诗集
34. The Poetry And Plays Of Federico Garcia Lorca
加西亚·洛尔卡的诗歌和戏剧
35. The novels of Fyodor Dostoevsky
(Crime And Punishment, The Brothers Karamazov)
陀思妥耶夫斯基的小说,《罪与罚》《卡拉马佐夫兄弟》
36. The novels of Willa Cather (My Antonia, A Lost Lady)
薇拉·凯瑟的小说
37. The novels of Carson McCullers (eg Ballad Of The Sad Café)
卡森·麦卡勒斯的小说,《伤心咖啡馆之歌》等
38. The Little Disturbances Of Man by Grace Paley
格拉斯·佩利 ,《人的小小骚动》
39. Mr Roberts by Joyce Cary
《罗伯特先生》
40. The Thinking Body by Mabel Elsworth Todd
《思考的身体》
41. Letters To A Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke
《写给青年诗人的信》 里尔克
42. Songs For Patricia by Norman Rosten
《贵族之歌》
43. Focus by Arthur Miller
《焦点》 阿瑟·米勒
44. Plays by Arthur Miller
阿瑟·米勒的戏剧。
*阿瑟·米勒是梦露的第三任丈夫

*阿瑟·米勒是这样评价梦露的:

“她是一名站在街角的诗人,试图向争着想拉下她衣服的人群朗诵诗句。”

但阿瑟米勒同样说梦露缺乏自制。


45. Leaves Of Grass by Walt Whitman
《草叶集》 惠特曼

complete catalogue 完整书目 

前85本未做分类,后面的书涵盖了各国文学,社科,宗教艺术,科学实用等各领域书籍。

部分书籍还备注了梦露是何时在看的,在书本上是否做了笔记,或是她与作家的关系和故事等。

1. Let’s Make Love by Matthew Andrews (novelisation of the movie)
2. How To Travel Incognito by Ludwig Bemelmans
3. To The One I Love Best by Ludwig Bemelmans
4. Thurber Country by James Thurber
5. The Fall by Albert Camus
6. Marilyn Monroe by George Carpozi
7. Camille by Alexander Dumas
8. Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
9. The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book by Fannie Merritt-Farmer
10. The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald
11. From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming
12. The Art Of Loving by Erich Fromm
13. The Prophet by Kahlil Gilbran
14. Ulysses by James Joyce
15. Stoned Like A Statue: A Complete Survey Of Drinking Cliches, Primitive, Classical & Modern by Howard Kandel & Don Safran, with an intro by Dean Martin (a man who knew how to drink!)
16. The Last Temptation Of Christ by Nikos Kazantzakis
17. On The Road by Jack Kerouac
18. Selected Poems by DH Lawrence
19 and 20. Sons And Lovers by DH Lawrence (2 editions)
21. The Portable DH Lawrence
22. Etruscan Places (DH Lawrence?)
23. DH Lawrence: A Basic Study Of His Ideas by Mary Freeman
24. The Assistant by Bernard Malamud
25. The Magic Barrel by Bernard Malamud
26. Death In Venice & Seven Other Stories by Thomas Mann
27. Last Essays by Thomas Mann
28. The Thomas Mann Reader
29. Hawaii by James Michener
30. Red Roses For Me by Sean O’Casey
31. I Knock At The Door by Sean O’Casey
32. Selected Plays by Sean O’Casey
33. The Green Crow by Sean O’Casey
34. Golden Boy by Clifford Odets
35. Clash By Night by Clifford Odets
36. The Country Girl by Clifford Odets
37. 6 Plays Of Clifford Odets
38.The Cat With 2 Faces by Gordon Young
39. Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill
40. Part Of A Long Story: Eugene O’Neill As A Young Man In Love by Agnes Boulton
41. The Little Engine That Could by Piper Watty (pencil scrawls at end, possibly MM’s)
42. The New Joy Of Cooking by Irma S. Rombauer & Marion Rombauer-Becker (with some cut recipes, page markers, a typed diet sheet and manuscript shopping list, apparently in MM’s hand, laid in)
43. Selected Plays Of George Bernard Shaw
44. Ellen Terry And Bernard Shaw – A Correspondence
45. Bernard Shaw & Mrs Patrick Campbell – Their Correspondence
46. The Short Reigh Of Pippin IV by John Steinbeck
47. Once There Was A War by John Steinbeck
48. Set This House On Fire by William Styron
49. Lie Down In Darkness (William Styron?)
50. The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams
51. Camino Real by Tennessee Williams
52. A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams (with notes by MM)
53. The Flower In Drama And Glamour by Stark Young (inscribed to MM by Lee Strasberg, Christmas 1955)
54. Tender Is The Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
55. The Story Of A Novel by Thomas Wolfe
56. Look Homeward Angel by Thomas Wolfe
57. A Stone, A Leaf, A Door (Thomas Wolfe?)
58. Thomas Wolfe’s Letters To His Mother, ed. John Skally Terry
59. A Farewell To Arms by Ernest Hemingway
60. The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
61. Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson
62. Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser
63. Tortilla Flat by John Steinbeck
64. The American Claimant & Other Stories & Sketches by Mark Twain
65. In Defense of Harriet Shelley & Other Essays (Mark Twain?)
66. The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
67. Roughing It (Mark Twain?)
68. The Magic Christian by Terry Southern
69. A Death In The Family by James Agee
70. The War Lover by John Hersey
71. Don’t Call Me By My Right Name & Other Stories by James Purdy
72. Malcolm by James Purdy
73. The Portable Irish Reader (pub. Viking)
74. The Portable Poe – Edgar Allen Poe
75. The Portable Walt Whitman
76. This Week’s Short Stories (New York, 1953)
77. Bedside Book Of Famous Short Stories
78. Short Novels Of Colette
79. Short Story Masterpieces (New York, 1960)
80. The Passionate Playgoer by George Oppenheimer
81. Fancies And Goodnights by John Collier
82. Evergreen Review, Vol 2, No. 6
83. The Medal & Other Stories by Luigi Pirandello

Art Books 艺术书籍
84. Max Weber (art book – inscribed to MM by ‘Sam’ – Shaw?)
85. Renoir by Albert Skira
86. Max by Giovannetti Pericle
87. The Family Of Man by Carl Sandburg
88-90. Horizon, A Magazine Of The Arts (Nov 1959, Jan 1960, Mar 1960.)
91. Jean Dubuffet by Daniel Cordier

Biography 传记
92. The Summing Up by W. Somerset Maugham
93. Close To Colette by Maurice Goudeket
94. This Demi-Paradise by Margaret Halsey
95. God Protect Me From My Friends by Gavin Maxwell
96. Minister Of Death: The Adolf Eichmann Story by Quentin Reynolds, Ephraim Katz and Zwy Aldouby
97. Dance To The Piper by Agnes DeMille
98. Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It by Mae West
99. Act One by Moss Hart

Christian Science 宗教科学
100. Science And Health With Key To The Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy
101. Poems, Including Christ And Christmas by Mary Baker Eddy

Classical Works 古典作品
102. 2 Plays: Peace And Lysistrata by Aristophanes
103. Of The Nature Of Things by Lucretius
104. The Philosophy Of Plato
105. Mythology by Edith Hamilton
106. Theory Of Poetry And Fine Art by Aristotle
107. Metaphysics by Aristotle
108-111. Plutarch’s Lives, Vols 3-6 only (of 6) by William and John Langhorne

Counter-Culture 反主流
112. Bound For Glory by Woody Guthrie
113. The Support Of The Mysteries by Paul Breslow
114. Paris Blues by Harold Flender
115. The Shook-Up Generation by Harrison E. Salisbury
Foreign-Language Texts And Translations
116. An Mands Ansigt by Arthur Miller
117. Independent People by Halldor Laxness
118. Mujer by Lina Rolan (inscribed to MM by author)
119. The Havamal, ed. D.E. Martin Clarke
120. Yuan Mei: 18th Century Chinese Poet by Arthur Waley
121. Almanach: Das 73 Jahr by S. Fischer Verlag

French Literature 法国文学
122. Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert
123. The Works Of Rabelais
124. The Guermantes Way by Marcel Proust
125. Cities Of The Plain by Marcel Proust
126. Within A Budding Grove by Marcel Proust
127. The Sweet Cheat Gone by Marcel Proust
128. The Captive by Marcel Proust
129. Nana by Emile Zola
130. Plays by Moliere

Freud 弗洛伊德
131. The Life And Work of Sigmund Freud by Ernest Jones
132. Letters Of Sigmund Freud, ed. Ernest L. Freud
133. Glory Reflected by Martin Freud
134. Moses And Monotheism by Sigmund Freud
135. Conditioned Reflex Therapy by Andrew Salter

Gardening & Pets 园艺和宠物
136-137. The Wise Garden Encyclopedia, ed. E.L.D. Seymour (2 editions)
138. Landscaping Your Own Home by Alice Dustan
139. Outpost Nurseries – publicity brochure
140. The Forest And The Sea by Marston Bates
141. Pet Turtles by Julien Bronson
142. A Book About Bees by Edwin Way Teale
143. Codfish, Cats & Civilisation by Gary Webster

Humour 幽默
144. How To Do It, Or, The Art Of Lively Entertaining by Elsa Maxwell
145. Wake Up, Stupid by Mark Harris
146. Merry Christmas, Happy New Year by Phyllis McGinley
147. The Hero Maker by Akbar Del Piombo & Norman Rubington
148. How To Talk At Gin by Ernie Kovacs
149. VIP Tosses A Party, by Virgil Partch
150. Who Blowed Up The House & Other Ozark Folk Tales, ed. Randolph Vance
151. Snobs by Russell Lynes

Judaism 犹太教
152. The Form of Daily Prayers
153. Sephath Emeth (Speech Of Truth): Order Of Prayers For The Wholes Year In Jewish and English
154. The Holy Scriptures According To The Masoretic Text (inscribed to MM by Paula Strasberg, July 1, 1956)

Literature 文学
155. The Law by Roger Vailland
156. The Building by Peter Martin
157. The Mermaids by Boros
158. They Came To Cordura by Glendon Swarthout
159. The 7th Cross by Anna Seghers
160. A European Education by Romain Gary
161. Strike For A Kingdom by Menna Gallie
162. The Slide Area by Gavin Lambert
163. The Woman Who Was Poor by Leon Bloy
164. Green Mansions by W.H. Hudson
165. The Contenders by John Wain
166. The Best Of All Worlds, Or, What Voltaire Never Knew by Hans Jorgen Lembourn (is this the same guy who later wrote a book about Marilyn?)
167. The Story Of Esther Costello by Nicholas Montsarrat
168. Oh Careless Love by Maurice Zolotow (MM biographer)
169. Add A Dash Of Pity by Peter Ustinov
170. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser (filmed as A Place In The Sun)
171. The Mark Of The Warrior by Paul Scott
172. The Dancing Bear by Edzard Schaper
173. Miracle In The Rain by Ben Hecht (co-author of MM’s autobiography)
174. The Guide by R.K. Narayan
175. Blow Up A Storm by Garson Kanin (screenwriter on Let’s Make Love)
176. Jonathan by Russell O’Neill
177. Fowlers End by Gerald Kersh
178. Hurricane Season by Ralph Winnett
179. The un-Americans by Alvah Bessie (later wrote The Symbol, a novel loosely based on MM’s life)
180. The Devil’s Advocate by Morris L. West
181. On Such A Night by Anthony Quayle
182. Say You Never Saw Me by Arthur Nesbitt

Literature, Ctd.
183. All The Naked Heroes by Alan Kapener
184. Jeremy Todd by Hamilton Maule
185. Miss America by Daniel Stren
186. Fever In The Blood by William Pearson
187. Spartacus by Howard Fast
188. Venetian Red by L.M. Pasinetti
189. A Cup Of Tea For Mr Thorgill by Storm Jameson
190. Six O’Clock Casual by Henry W. Cune
191. Mischief by Charlotte Armstrong (the MM movie Don’t Bother To Knock was based on this novel)
192. The Gingko Tree by Sheelagh Burns
193. The Mountain Road by Theodore H. White
194. Three Circles Of Light by Pietro Di Donato
195. The Day The Money Stopped by Brendan Gill
196. The Carpetbaggers by Harold Robbins (Hollywood-set bestseller, featuring a Jean Harlow-based character, Rina Marlowe. Marilyn’s secretary, Margerie Stengel, recalls that Marilyn was reading a Robbins novel in her New York apartment in 1961.)
197-198. Justine by Lawrence Durrell (2 editions, possibly read during filming of The Misfits)
199. Balthazar by Lawrence Durrell
200. Brighton Rock by Graham Greene
201. The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad
202. The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett
203. Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Dog by Dylan Thomas (Marilyn met Thomas in Shelley Winters’ apartment circa 1951)
204. Hear Us O Lord From Heaven Thy Dwelling Place, by Malcolm Lowry

Modern Library 现代图书
205. The Sound And The Fury/As I Lay Dying, by William Faulkner
206. God’s Little Acre by Erskine Caldwell
207. Anna Christie/The Emperor Jones/The Hairy Ape by Eugene O’Neill (Marilyn played Anna in a scene performed at the Actor’s Studio in 1956)
208. The Philosophy Of Schopenhauer by Irwin Edman
209. The Philosophy Of Spinoza by Joseph Ratner
210. The Dubliners by James Joyce
211. Selected Poems by Emily Dickinson
212. The Collected Short Stories by Dorothy Parker (Friend of Marilyn’s, lived nearby her Doheny Drive apartment in 1961)
213. Selected Works by Alexander Pope
214. The Red And The Black by Stendhal
215. The Life Of Michelangelo by John Addington
216. Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham (Niagara director Henry Hathaway wanted to film this with MM and James Dean. It was eventually made with Kim Novak and Laurence Harvey.)
217. Three Famous French Romances (W. Somerset Maugham?)
218. Napoleon by Emil Ludwig
219. Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert (a second copy?)
220. The Poems And Fairy-Tales by Oscar Wilde
221. Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland/Through The Looking Glass/The Hunting Of The Snark, by Lewis Carroll
222. A High Wind In Jamaica by Richard Hughes
223. An Anthology Of American Negro Literature, ed. Sylvestre C. Watkins

Music 音乐
224. Beethoven: His Spiritual Development by J.W.N. Sullivan
225. Music For The Millions by David Ewen
226. Schubert by Ralph Bates
227. Men Of Music by Wallace Brockaway and Herbert Weinstock

Plays 戏剧
228. The Potting Shed by Graham Greene
229. Politics In The American Drama by Caspar Nannes
230. Sons Of Men by Herschel Steinhardt
231. Born Yesterday by Garson Kanin (MM auditioned for the movie, but Judy Holliday got the part)
232. Untitled & Other Radio Drams by Norman Corwin
233. Thirteen By Corwin, by Norman Corwin
234. More By Corwin, by Norman Corwin
235. Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O’Neill (a second copy)
236. Best American Plays: Third Series, 1945-1951
237. Theatre ’52 by John Chapman
238. 16 Famous European Plays, by Bennett Cerf and Van H. Cartmell
239. The Complete Plays Of Henry James
240. 20 Best Plays Of The Modern American Theatre, by John Glassner
241. Elizabethan Plays by Hazelton Spencer
242. Critics’ Choice by Jack Gaver
243. Modern American Dramas by Harlan Hatcher
244. The Album Of The Cambridge Garrick Club

European Poetry 欧洲诗歌
245. A Shropshire Lad by A.E. Houseman
246. The Poetry & Prose Of Heinrich Heine by Frederich Ewen
247. The Poetical works Of John Milton, by H.C. Beeching
248. The Poetical Works Of Robert Browning (H.C. Beeching?)
249. Wordsworth by Richard Wilbur
250. The Poetical Works Of Shelley (Richard Wilbur?)
251. The Portable Blake, by William Blake
252. William Shakespeare: Sonnets, ed. Mary Jane Gorton
253. Poems Of Robert Burns, ed. Henry Meikle & William Beattie
254. The Penguin Book Of English Verse, ed. John Hayward
255. Aragon: Poet Of The French Resistance, by Hannah Josephson & Malcolm Cowley
256. Star Crossed by Margaret Tilden

American Poetry 美国诗歌
257 and 258. Collected Sonnets by Edna St Vincent Millay (2 editions)
259. Robert Frost’s Poems by Louis Untermeyer (Marilyn befriended Untermeyer during her marriage to Arthur)
260. Poe: Complete Poems by Richard Wilbur (a 2nd copy?)
261. The Life And Times Of Archy And Mehitabel by Don Marquis
262. The Pocketbook Of Modern Verse by Oscar Williams
263. Poems by John Tagliabue
264. Selected Poems by Rafael Alberti
265. Selected Poetry by Robinson Jeffers
266. The American Puritans: Their Prose & Poetry, by Perry Miller
267. Selected Poems by Rainer Maria Rilke
268. Poet In New York by Federico Garcia Lorca
269. The Vapor Trail by Ivan Lawrence Becker (inscribed to Arthur by the author, there is also a note to MM)
270) Love Poems & Love Letters For All The Year
271. 100 Modern Poems, ed. Selden Rodman
272. The Sweeniad, by Myra Buttle
273. Poetry: A Magazine Of Verse, Vol.70, no. 6

Politics 政治
274. The Wall Between by Anne Braden
275. The Roots Of American Communism by Theodore Draper
276. A View Of The Nation – An Anthology : 1955 -1959, ed. Henry Christian
277. A Socialist’s Faith by Norman Thomas
278-279. Rededication To Freedom by Benjamin Ginzburg (2 copies)
280. The Ignorant Armies by E.M. Halliday
281. Commonwealth Vs Sacco & Vanzetti, by Robert P. Weeks
282. Journey To The Beginning by Edgar Snow
283. Das Kapital by Karl Marx
284. Lidice by Eleanor Wheeler
285. The Study Of History by Arnold Toynbee
286. America The Invincible by Emmet John Hughes
287. The Unfinished Country by Max Lerner
288. Red Mirage by John O’Kearney
289. Background & Foreground – The New York Times Magazine: An Anthology, ed. Lester Markel (a friend of MM)
290. The Failure Of Success by Esther Milner
291. A Piece Of My Mind by Edmund Wilson
292. The Truth About The Munich Crisis by Viscount Maugham
293. The Alienation Of Modern Man by Fritz Pappenheim
294. A Train Of Powder by Rebecca West
295. Report From Palermo by Danilo Dolci
296. The Devil In Massachusetts by Marion Starkey
297. American Rights: The Constitution In Action, by Walter Gellhorn
298. Night by Francis Pollini
299. The Right Of The People by William Douglas
300. The Jury Is Still Out by Irwin Davidson and Richard Gehman
301. First Degree by William Kunstler
302. Democracy In America by Alexis De Tocqueville
303. World Underworld by Andrew Varna

Prayer 祷告
304. Catechism For Young Children (1936, so may be from Norma Jeane’s childhood)
305. Prayer Changes Things (1952, inscribed to MM – perhaps from Jane Russell?)
306. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran (a second copy?)
307. The Magic Word L.I.D.G.T.T.F.T.A.T.I.M. by Robert Collier
308. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran (a third copy?)
309. His Brother’s Keeper by Milton Gross (3-page extract from Readers’ Digest, Dec 1961)
310. Christliches ergissmeinnicht by K. Ehmann
311. And It Was Told Of A Certain Potter by Walter C. Lanyon (1922, a gift from Ana Lower. Several newspaper poems and prayers tipped in.)
312. Bahai Prayers (inscribed to MM, ‘Marilyn Monroe Maybeline. A gift for my darling Maybeline, with all my love, Charlzetta’ – dated 1961.)

Psychology 心理学
313. Man Against Himself by Karl A. Menninger
314. The Tower And The Abyss by Erich Kahler
315. Something To Live By, by Dorothea S. Kopplin
316. Man’s Supreme Inheritance by Alexander F. Matthias
317. The Miracles Of Your Mind by Joseph Murphy
318. The Wisdom Of The Sands by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
319. A Prison, A Paradise by Loran Hurnscot
320. The Magic Of Believing by Claude M. Bristol
321. Peace Of Mind by Joshua Loth Liebman
322. The Use Of The Self by Alexander F. Matthias
323. The Power Within You by Claude M. Bristol
324. The Call Girl by Harold Greenwald
325. Troubled Women by Lucy Freeman (who later wrote Why Norma Jean Killed Marilyn Monroe)
326. Relax And Live by Joseph A. Kennedy
327. Forever Young, Forever Healthy by Indra Devi
328. The Open Self by Charles Morris
329. Hypnotism Today by Leslie Lecron & Jean Bordeaux
330. The Masks Of God: Primitive Mythology, by Joseph Campbell
331. Some Characteristics Of Today by Rudolph Steiner

Reference 实用
332. Baby & Child Care by Dr Benjamin Spock (pub. 1958)
333. Flower Arranging For Fun by Hazel Peckinpaugh Dunlop
334. Hugo’s Pocket Dictionary: French-English And English-French
335. Spoken French For Travellers And Tourists, by Charles Kany & Mathurin Dondo
336. Roget’s Pocket Thesaurus, by C.O. Mawson & K.A. Whiting

Religion 宗教
337. What Is A Jew? by Morris Kertzer
338. A Partisan Guide To The Jewish Problem, by Milton Steinberg
339. The Tales Of Rabbi Nachman, by Martin Buber
340. The Saviours Of God: Spiritual Exercises, by Nikos Kazantzakis
341. The Prophet by Kahlil Gilbran (4th copy?)
342. The Dead Sea Scrolls by Millar Burrows
343. The Secret Books Of The Egyptian Gnostics, by Jean Doresse
344. Jesus by Kahlil Gilbran
345. Memories Of A Catholic Girlhood, by Mary McCarthy
346. Why I Am Not A Christian, by Bertrand Russell

Russian Literature 俄国文学
347. Redemption & Other Plays by Leo Tolstoy
348. The Viking Library Portable Anton Chekhov
349. The House Of The Dead, by Fyodor Dostoevsky
350. Crime And Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
351. Best Russian Stories: An Anthology, ed. Thomas Seltzer
352. The Plays Of Anton Chekhov
353. Smoke by Ivan Turgenev
354. The Poems, Prose & Plays Of Alexander Pushkin
355. The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky (not in the Christies’ catalogue. But friends of MM recall her reading it as a young actress, and she had hopes of playing Grushenka. Her own remarks in interviews make it clear that she had read the novel.)

Science 科学
356. Our Knowledge Of The External World, by Bertrand Russell
357. Common Sense And Nuclear Warfare, by Bertrand Russell
358. Out Of My Later Years by Albert Einstein
359. Men And Atoms by William Laurence
360. Man Alive by Daniel Colin Munro (inscribed to Renna Campbell from Lorraine?)
361. Doctor Pygmalion by Maxwell Maltz
362. Panorama: A New Review, ed. R.F. Tannenbaum
363. Everyman’s Search by Rebecca Beard
364. Of Stars And Men by Harlow Shapley
365. From Hiroshima To The Moon, by Daniel Lang
366. The Open Mind by J. Robert Oppenheimer
367. Sexual Impotence In The Male, by Leonard Paul Wershub
Scripts And Readings
368. Medea by Jeffers Robinson
369. Antigone by Jean Anouilh
370. Bell, Book And Candle by John Van Druten
371. The Women by Clare Boothe
372. Jean Of Lorraine by Maxwell Anderson

Travel 旅行
373. The Sawbwa And His Secretary by C.Y. Lee
374. The Twain Shall Meet by Christopher Rand
375. Kingdom Of The Rocks by Consuelo De Saint-Exupery
376. The Heart Of India by Alexander Campbell
377. Man-Eaters Of India by Jim Corbett
378. Jungle Lore by Jim Corbett
379. My India by Jim Corbett
380. A Time In Rome by Elizabeth Bowen
381. London by Jacques Boussard
382. New York State Vacationlands
383. Russian Journey by William O. Douglas
384. The Golden Bough by James G. Frazer

Women Authors 女性作家
385. The Portable Dorothy Parker
386. My Antonia by Willa Cather
387. Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
388. The Ballad Of The Sad Cafe by Carson McCullers (befriended Marilyn when she first moved to New York)
389. The Short Novels Of Colette (A second copy?)
390. The Little Disturbances Of Man by Grace Paley

   This is the end of the Christies’ list! Here are a few other books which weren’t included, but Marilyn was reported either to have read or owned them.

   还有些其他的书不包括在以上的Christies的列表里,但是一些报道里有梦露曾读过或拥有它们的证明。这些书如下:

391. The Autobiography Of Lincoln Steffens (read during The Fireball)
392-403. Carl Sandburg’s 12-volume biography of Abraham Lincoln
404. The Little Prince by Antoine De Saint-Exupery (Marilyn gave a copy to Joe after their wedding)
405. Poems Of W.B. Yeats (Marilyn read his poems aloud at Norman Rosten’s house)
406. Mr Roberts by Joyce Cary
407. The Thinking Body by Mabel Elsworth Todd
408. The Actor Prepares by Konstantin Stanislavsky
409. The Bible
410. The Biography Of Eleanora Duse, by William Weaver
411. De Humani Corporis Fabrica (Study Of Human Bone Structure) by Andreas Vesalius
412. Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson
413. Gertrude Lawrence As Mrs A, by Richard Aldrich
414. Goodnight Sweet Prince by Gene Fowler
415. Greek Mythology by Edith Hamilton
416. How Stanislavsky Directs by Mikhail Gorchakov
417. I Married Adventure by Olso Johnson
418. The Importance Of Living by Lin Yutang
419. Letters To A Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke(read during All About Eve)
420. Psychology Of Everyday Life by Sigmund Freud
421. The Rains Came by Louis Broomfield
422.The Rights Of Man by Thomas Paine (read during Some Like It Hot)
423. Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust
424. To The Actor by Michael Chekhov (Marilyn’s acting teacher from 1950-1955)
425. Dr Newman, M.D. by Leo Rosten (Novel based on Dr Ralph Greenson’s as an army doctor in Korea. Marilyn was said to be reading this on the week of her death. A film based on the book was released in 1963.)
426. Songs For Patricia by Norman Rosten
427. A Lost Lady by Willa Cather (Marilyn hoped to film this with her production company. But an earlier adaptation was so disappointing to the author, that she withdrew the film rights to all her books.)
428. Lust For Life by Irving Stone
429. The Deer Park by Norman Mailer (Hollywood-based novel. Marilyn commented on the book, ‘He’s too impressed by power, in my opinion.’ Mailer tried unsuccessfully to meet Marilyn, and after her death wrote several books on her.)
431. Focus by Arthur Miller (A novel, Marilyn’s favourite work by him)
432. Plays by Arthur Miller
433. Poetry by e.e.cummings (Arthur bought Marilyn a copy when they first met in 1951)
434. Leaves Of Grass by Walt Whitman
435. Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas (When Marilyn was at Parkside she enjoyed listening to a radio broadcast of UMW with Richard Burton as the narrator. She told Jack Cardiff about and he bought her a copy)
436. ‘The Collected Lakeland Poets’
437. Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy
438.An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen (play adapted by Arthur Miller)


资料来源 :
http://blog.everlasting-star.net
http://blog.everlasting-star.net/marilyn-monroe/marilyns-library/
http://blog.everlasting-star.net/2011/05/books/marilyns-library/


岑川客

来来来大家,我来传播一下新的MxM糖。

老迈那套衣服!真是!深深的爱

p1p2是迈迈的一套服饰,《时尚之王》这本书里应该收录了这个。

p4~p10都出自1957年的《游龙戏凤》。

老迈估计很喜欢这部电影以及里面的服饰(不愧是收藏了梦露几乎全部电影的男人)

*迈迈这套衣服是仿电影里摄政王殿下的随从的,还是一位外交官,其实我觉得也像一位骑士,他腰间总会佩戴西洋剑。

*这位随从从头到尾都在女主身边教导着她,帮助她,最后女主离开也给予她一个尊重的九十度鞠躬。

*一个真正的朋友,及内心尊重女主的角色。

*女主和他的日常可真有趣(x)

*其实也可以看出老迈对梦露的尊重和喜爱惹

来来来大家,我来传播一下新的MxM糖。

老迈那套衣服!真是!深深的爱

p1p2是迈迈的一套服饰,《时尚之王》这本书里应该收录了这个。

p4~p10都出自1957年的《游龙戏凤》。

老迈估计很喜欢这部电影以及里面的服饰(不愧是收藏了梦露几乎全部电影的男人)

*迈迈这套衣服是仿电影里摄政王殿下的随从的,还是一位外交官,其实我觉得也像一位骑士,他腰间总会佩戴西洋剑。

*这位随从从头到尾都在女主身边教导着她,帮助她,最后女主离开也给予她一个尊重的九十度鞠躬。

*一个真正的朋友,及内心尊重女主的角色。

*女主和他的日常可真有趣(x)

*其实也可以看出老迈对梦露的尊重和喜爱惹

岑川客

码一下梦露和老马的交集。

*不完全版

p1~p5是探班白兰度的戏《拿破仑情史》。

以及p2是在看白兰度演戏。

梦露有说过:

 "像每个人一样,我也有自己最喜欢的电影明星。你知道我最喜欢的是谁吗?我最喜欢的是马龙白兰度,我的意思是,真的,我相信我们会是有趣的组合。我谈白兰度已经很长一段时间了,但是我们没有找到好故事。你能相信我们在大银幕上吗?我希望那赶快实现。"

p4p5是合照,真的很想吐槽,老马你不要再那么逗比了球球你。

*以及老马应该是好莱坞的第一任gayicon,油管搜他很多视频底下都会有直男大声呐喊:“我不行了,我快弯了!请停止散发你的魅力!”...

码一下梦露和老马的交集。

*不完全版

p1~p5是探班白兰度的戏《拿破仑情史》。

以及p2是在看白兰度演戏。

梦露有说过:

 "像每个人一样,我也有自己最喜欢的电影明星。你知道我最喜欢的是谁吗?我最喜欢的是马龙白兰度,我的意思是,真的,我相信我们会是有趣的组合。我谈白兰度已经很长一段时间了,但是我们没有找到好故事。你能相信我们在大银幕上吗?我希望那赶快实现。"

p4p5是合照,真的很想吐槽,老马你不要再那么逗比了球球你。

*以及老马应该是好莱坞的第一任gayicon,油管搜他很多视频底下都会有直男大声呐喊:“我不行了,我快弯了!请停止散发你的魅力!”

(不亏是老迈的精神导师之一

披头士啊猫王也是他粉丝,总的来说是男女通杀型。

*老马和老迈一样是钢铁直男。

梦露去世后马龙说:我只能说,我们的时代毁掉了一个最珍贵的明星,我怀念她。

p9是白兰度的遗物之一,给梦露的,但是还没来得急给她梦露就去世了。

一直留着到去世太真爱了,还是在唯一的卧室里发现的。

内容大概是:

好运总是诞生在厄运之后,不要害怕,也不要逃避,勇敢地面对它吧。我将为你送上我的思念和最热烈的爱情——马龙。

*以及马龙一直不相信梦露是自杀的,他说如果梦露有自杀倾向,抑郁倾向他会开出来的。

*梦露和马龙可以算是同门师兄妹,都有同一个表演课课老师。

*表演课梦露的成绩是第二,马龙是第一。

*梦露称马龙是最温柔最甜蜜的情人。

mj:恰柠檬

最后我真的想吐槽老马的发际线

老马:住口

岑川客

好的我知道了。

迈三岁梦三岁请你们不要再散发魅力了!!!

抠糖抠到眼泪掉下来

好的我知道了。

迈三岁梦三岁请你们不要再散发魅力了!!!

抠糖抠到眼泪掉下来

岑川客

*给自己的北极圈剪个视频

*纯友谊向

*剪出来的和剪之前想的是两种产物

*MxM路漫漫其修远兮

*给自己的北极圈剪个视频

*纯友谊向

*剪出来的和剪之前想的是两种产物

*MxM路漫漫其修远兮

岑川客

我怀疑你们是串通好的。

我能怎么办呢我只能这么抠糖啊

我怀疑你们是串通好的。

我能怎么办呢我只能这么抠糖啊

岑川客

诚邀各位看一眼这个转自油管的剪辑,我一个爆哭。


诚邀各位看一眼这个转自油管的剪辑,我一个爆哭。


岑川客
我笑死,迈劳斯和梦劳斯可以凑成...

我笑死,迈劳斯和梦劳斯可以凑成驾驶技术感人却还喜欢自己开车二人组了。 

图片好像是梦露1954年因超低速和无照驾驶的收监照。 

顺便码一下迈劳斯的蜜汁车技:

*凯瑟琳说一直想让迈老师考驾照,但是他不想,因为自己有驾驶员,然后凯瑟琳就说如果有一天你出门,但是驾驶员生病了怎么办?迈老师就乖乖去考了驾照。

*虽然是考驾照了,但迈老师基本都不去上课的,所以广为流传的签名换驾照说我感觉可信度还是蛮高的。

*迈老师的驾照1981年才拿到。

*拿到驾照后整个人飘飘然,总有自己驾驶技术一流的错觉,有事没事自己开车出去,不带保镖也不带别的驾驶员,但是会经常拉妈妈和姐姐去兜风,然后...

我笑死,迈劳斯和梦劳斯可以凑成驾驶技术感人却还喜欢自己开车二人组了。 

图片好像是梦露1954年因超低速和无照驾驶的收监照。 

顺便码一下迈劳斯的蜜汁车技:

*凯瑟琳说一直想让迈老师考驾照,但是他不想,因为自己有驾驶员,然后凯瑟琳就说如果有一天你出门,但是驾驶员生病了怎么办?迈老师就乖乖去考了驾照。

*虽然是考驾照了,但迈老师基本都不去上课的,所以广为流传的签名换驾照说我感觉可信度还是蛮高的。

*迈老师的驾照1981年才拿到。

*拿到驾照后整个人飘飘然,总有自己驾驶技术一流的错觉,有事没事自己开车出去,不带保镖也不带别的驾驶员,但是会经常拉妈妈和姐姐去兜风,然后他还喜欢开快车,把妈妈姐姐吓到,还把他们弄得腰酸背痛,坐个车兜风感觉像坐了次过山车。

*几次之后妈妈姐姐再也不愿意坐迈老师开的车,坐过他开车的人基本都不想体验第二次。

*经常撞录音室门口的车。

*迈老师第一辆车是马赛地奔驰,第二辆车是劳斯莱斯。

*迈老师珍藏了非常非常非常多的车,我第一次看的时候吓到了,真的土豪,还有科幻车,很强很mj。【有空整理一下资料发过来

*有一次迈老师开着自己的劳斯莱斯出门被交警拦下,他觉得一个年轻的黑人小伙不可能开这么名贵的车,迈老师跟他解释他还不信,硬要带迈老师蹲监狱,之后bill把迈老师保释出来的时候他不仅不生气还说我蹲过监狱啦hhhh!!!【傻孩子监狱你以后还会经常去的(;´༎ຶД༎ຶ`)

总结,我以前在超话看见的梗:

迈老师:不是我不会开车,是我的车有自己的想法。

坐过迈老师车的人:哦,dear god,我能从迈克尔开的车上安全下来真是奇迹。

岑川客

??????我惊呆了

还是老外会玩儿【拱手】

这对拉郎的历史居然很久远【x】

上映的时候迈迈还在世呢,不知道他知不知道hhhhhhhh

我居然还很想看。

我就不打tag了,我要一个人笑

四舍五入这就是糖啊

算了我还是打个tag吧【你】

??????我惊呆了

还是老外会玩儿【拱手】

这对拉郎的历史居然很久远【x】

上映的时候迈迈还在世呢,不知道他知不知道hhhhhhhh

我居然还很想看。

我就不打tag了,我要一个人笑

四舍五入这就是糖啊

算了我还是打个tag吧【你】

岑川客
我好了,是来自国际友人的精神粮...

我好了,是来自国际友人的精神粮食,我感觉我浑身充满了动力。

我特么原地旋转三周半躺平升天纵观大地一览无遗炸成烟花


我好了,是来自国际友人的精神粮食,我感觉我浑身充满了动力。

我特么原地旋转三周半躺平升天纵观大地一览无遗炸成烟花


岑川客

Photo by John Loengard in 1962。

1954年,梦露与乔迪马吉奥举行了婚礼。

她戴着三朵浅紫色的兰花,当花儿在热气下渐渐凋零的时候,梦露问乔:“如果我死在你前面,你是否愿意每周到我坟前献上一束花?”

乔答应了,他一直信守着与梦露在婚礼上的誓言,每周三他都将6朵玫瑰,放进梦露墓碑旁边的黑色金属花瓶里。


》》》》》

我一个爆哭

我磕爆乔x梦露

Photo by John Loengard in 1962。

1954年,梦露与乔迪马吉奥举行了婚礼。

她戴着三朵浅紫色的兰花,当花儿在热气下渐渐凋零的时候,梦露问乔:“如果我死在你前面,你是否愿意每周到我坟前献上一束花?”

乔答应了,他一直信守着与梦露在婚礼上的誓言,每周三他都将6朵玫瑰,放进梦露墓碑旁边的黑色金属花瓶里。


》》》》》

我一个爆哭

我磕爆乔x梦露

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