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Madonna : Like an Icon
by Lucy O'Brien




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Material Girl . . . Immaculate sexpot . . . Superstar . . . Mother . . . Kabbalah enthusiast . . . For three decades she has defied categorization. . . . She remains one of our greatest living pop icons.

Here is the groundbreaking biography that finally solves the mystery at the heart of Madonna's chameleonlike existence. Drawing upon scores of candid interviews with producers, musicians, collaborators, lovers, and friends, Lucy O'Brien's Madonna: Like an Icon explores the complex personality and legendary drive that have made Madonna the most famous female pop artist of our time. From her mother's premature death to Madonna's dynamic arrival on the New York club scene, from Like a Virgin to Evita and beyond, every stage of this dazzling star's life and career is brilliantly illuminated--the stereotypes deconstructed, the lies exposed, the artist examined, the legend celebrated.

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Overview

Material Girl . . . Immaculate sexpot . . . Superstar . . . Mother . . . Kabbalah enthusiast . . . For three decades she has defied categorization. . . . She remains one of our greatest living pop icons.

Here is the groundbreaking biography that finally solves the mystery at the heart of Madonna's chameleonlike existence. Drawing upon scores of candid interviews with producers, musicians, collaborators, lovers, and friends, Lucy O'Brien's Madonna: Like an Icon explores the complex personality and legendary drive that have made Madonna the most famous female pop artist of our time. From her mother's premature death to Madonna's dynamic arrival on the New York club scene, from Like a Virgin to Evita and beyond, every stage of this dazzling star's life and career is brilliantly illuminated--the stereotypes deconstructed, the lies exposed, the artist examined, the legend celebrated.



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  • ISBN-13: 9780060898991
  • ISBN-10: 0060898992
  • Publisher: It Books
  • Publish Date: December 2008
  • Page Count: 448
  • Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.7 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds


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