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December 09, 2007

Kate: The Woman Who Was Hepburn By William J. Mann

William J. Mann devotes significant attention to Katharine Hepburn's rocky relationships with studios and with the press, revealing that the self-styled renegade wasn't above collaborating to shape her public image, and depicts her final decline into alcoholism and depression with sensitivity. This will surely be the definitive version of Hepburn's life for decades to come, as it is an outstanding example of painstaking research matched with splendid writing.

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