Autobiography Of Marilyn Monroe's Life

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THE BIOGRAPHY OF MARILYN MONROE Marilyn Monroe was born on June 1, 1926, in Los Angeles, California. Her original name was Norma Jean Mortenson. Her mother’s name was Gladys Barker and her father’s identity was not clear because her father was absence so she never knew real father. She never knew her father her mother was mentally health and Gladys had psychiatric problems which were paranoid schizophrenia after that she was placed in Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk in 1935. Marilyn Monroe was cope with a difficult during the childhood. Her mother was spent the rest of her life in hospital and she was sometimes in contact with Marilyn Monroe and she had moved to her mother’s best friend who name was Grace McKee. However, this situation…show more content…
Nevertheless, Monroe's professional and personal life seemed to be in confusion Her last two films, Let's Make Love and The Misfits were failed because of she had never finished working on two films. In Monroe personal life, she had an unsuccessful marriages and relationships. Marilyn was found dead in her Los Angeles home and empty bottle of sleeping pills was found in 1962, on August 5 and when she died, she was 36 years old. Firstly, her death may have been murdered but after that her death was use drug overdose. According to some rumors that she involved with President John Kennedy and/ or his brother name was Robert around time of Marilyn Monroe death. Marilyn Monroe's films won more than $200 million. Today, Marilyn Monroe is still considered the world's most popular icon of sex charm and beauty. On another circumstances, she was asked what she thought of Hollywood. "If I close my eyes and think of Hollywood, all I see is one big varicose vein," she replied. Monroe has been role model to celebrities, which comprising Madonna, Lady Gaga and Gwen Stefani so on. Now more than a half century later, the world is still charmed by her beauty and capability.…show more content…
Her beauty like a heartbeats in million of men therefore, she seemingly might well reflect something in the collective ‘anima’ of these man and this man who appear ant to fit the ‘animus’ of mass of women. Marilyn Monroe is one of the best. According the Jung, She was introverted because shyness women has anxiety in social circumstances and she was a quite and she was introverted thinking because of her mother is not a good mother to her and she had bad experiences with each other so her introverted thinking is said that ‘I would not be a good mother ‘and she may not wanted to have children as you know that she had two

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