"Jackie would have preferred to be just herself, but the world insisted she be a legend too…" So spoke Ted Kennedy at Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's funeral. When, at age 31, Jackie became the youngest and most elegant First Lady that America had known, the whole world succumbed to her charm. Three years later in Dallas, she showed great courage and dignity, bearing the grief of a nation with calm and strength. Once the most glorious and tragic chapter of her life was completed, she continued to fascinate the public, despite the private life she had chosen. This book provides an abundantly illustrated, firsthand perspective on the world's most enigmatic celebrity, revealing Jackie's vital interests and concerns, from her valiant struggles to protect her family to her lifelong dedication to art and learning.
Nicole Salinger has been the development manager of the Orchestre de Paris since 1980. Between 1965 and 1990 she was married to Pierre Salinger, President Kennedy's press secretary. Her publications include Almost Everyone's Guide to Economics, Orchestre de Paris (Hachette, 1987), and the exhibition catalogue Mozart Ã Paris. She also curated that exhibition, which was presented at the MusÃ©e Carnavalet in Paris in 1991 for the bicentennial of the composer's death. ISBN: 978284323783680 pages, 6 x 8.5"
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