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by Christina Crawford

  • ISBN: 1556111185
  • Author: Christina Crawford
  • ePub ver: 1842 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 268
  • Publisher: Dutton Adult; First Edition edition (October 7, 1988)
  • Formats: azw lit txt mobi
  • Category: Fitness
  • Subcategory: Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Christina Crawford was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1939 to unmarried teens. According to her personal interview with Larry King, her father was married to another woman and supposedly in the Navy; her mother was unmarried

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Crawford, Christina. That's mainly in the second half of the book, though. The first half looks at what happened immediately after the publication of "Mommie Dearest" and Christina's near-fatal stroke three years later. I'll admit that in describing her stroke symptoms, Crawford did her job a little too well; it's made me scared to suffer a stroke.

In this sequel to the ground-breaking and shocking Mommie Dearest, Christina Crawford dissects her first book and the public outcry that it caused; the subsequent movie adaptation of that book; her debilitating stroke and struggle for recovery and the breakup of her marriage. Mommie Dearest was the first celebrity "tell-all" book, and garnered quite a lot of attention - both positive and negative - for Christina Crawford.

Read Survivor, by Christina Crawford online on Bookmate – Beyond Mommie Dearest-the inspiring and shattering sequel to the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller. At publication the world as I k. Beyond Mommie Dearest-the inspiring and shattering sequel to the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller. At publication the world as I knew it blew up in my face. Christina Crawford’s Mommie Dearest cast a spotlight on the unspoken horrors of family violence and exorcised the demons of her childhood. But in the years following the controversial bestseller’s publication, the author’s resilience was tested in ways she never expected.

At publication the world as I knew it blew up in my face

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Beyond Mommie Dearest-the inspiring and shattering sequel to the groundbreaking New York Times bestseller.

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268 pages of excellent text, filled with great black & white photos. I got my book fast! It's an older book & hard to find. com User, March 8, 2007. Thanks for sending the book so quickly.

Christina Crawford is the New York Times–bestselling author of the memoirs Mommie Dearest and Survivor, as well as the women’s history book Daughters of the Inquisition. Crawford graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles, after spending nearly fourteen years as an actress in television, theater, and film.

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Comments (7)

Coiron
I like her a lot and empathize with all she's gone through. I think this book would've appealed to me more if the troubles she had with the will and the movie were less detailed, and the things she did to heal were more detailed. I'd also take out most of her ruminations to herself about life.

She's a good writer. I'm basically criticizing the editing.

I read a couple reviews that criticized the author for mentioning she was attractive, had blond hair and green eyes. What the heck is that about? FIrst off, she only mentioned being good looking once and it fit with the context. When she saw her little self (metaphorically or for real, I don't know), she referred to the child's blond hair and green eyes with love and appreciation. That made sense, too. She's trying to integrate the lost part of her soul. I do not understand why some women have a problem with another woman, in this case - one who has suffered a great deal - when that woman says something positive about herself. It makes me mad. I know it reflects the critic, but it's unsettling to see how fast the claws come out. We'll be stuck incarnating forever the way things are going.

Anyway, I recommend this book with the caveats that some subjects are too detailed and you might find yourself skimming when she generalizes about life and kind of talks to herself.
Runemane
Good read
Erthai
Regardless of the doubters, I believe every word Christina wrote in this memoir because I survived a similar life.
Glei
This continuing story of a woman who had the courage to share her heartbreaking abusive childhood withe the world is a must for those who read "Mommy Dearest",or anyone who wants to let her share her story of becoming a survivor for that matter.
Mopimicr
This isn't really a sequel so much as it is a continuation of "Mommie Dearest"; for Joan Crawford fans looking for more insight into *her* life, this will be a disappointing read as there's only one story not told in the original. Still, I give this book three stars because it is a fascinating look into how Christina Crawford found herself after losing respect from many people, divorcing her second husband, and losing the profits made from her first book. That's mainly in the second half of the book, though. The first half looks at what happened immediately after the publication of "Mommie Dearest" and Christina's near-fatal stroke three years later. I'll admit that in describing her stroke symptoms, Crawford did her job a little too well; it's made me scared to suffer a stroke. Her subsequent recovery involves trips to Sedona, Arizona, and recovering her senses after her illness. The book is okay, but it's not special or must-read on any level. Read it if you can, buy it if you must.
Diab
This is not a book about Joan Crawford. Instead, this book brings you inside the mind of Christina Crawford, her emotional struggles, her stroke in adulthood, and after so long how she finally found herself. I found the book a good read and recommend this book. It also arrived in great shape.
Bralore
Whether you believe all the "Mommy Dearest" stuff or not, this is a very informative book.
Just couldn't get into this one. Like her 1st book tho.

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