The Nympho and Other Maniacs
Simon and Schuster, 1971 - 475 pagina's
"I have always wanted to bring together, in one book, a gallery of women, of varied ages, backgrounds, talents, whose lives and personalities have intrigued me--and who were well-known or infamous in past times or in times since, because they behaved scandalously and became controversial figures. All of the ladies in this book, young and old, possess a common bond: Each and every one was involved in a scandal, or in many scandals, and each and every one gained fame or reaped infamy for conduct that affronted her family, friends, peers, and the public in general."--Page 12.
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