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How to Hepburn is Karen Karbo's feisty tribute to Katherine Hepburn. Usingthe long, singular life of the American icon as a foundation, Karbo teasesout lessons we can learn from the actress's life on the universal themes oflove, marriage, work, conquering fear, the rewards and hazards of saying whatyou mean, the benefi ts of frugality, individuality, honour, aging and happiness.Part homage/biography and part female empowerment manual, this witty, provocativegem is held together by Karbo's fl awless writing. Full of no-nonsenseHepburn-style commentary and culled from examination of Kate the Great'spersonal style, fi lm and theatre roles, complicated relationships, personal philosophiesand unorthodox choices, this contemporary reassessment will delightfans of the notoriously independent actress - and any woman inspired by theway she fi ercely demonstrated the art of living life on your own terms. 'An exuberant celebration of a great original.' -The Philadelphia Enquirer

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781740666213
ISBN-10: 1740666216
Format: Hardback
(196mm x 141mm x 22mm)
Pages: 208
Imprint: Hardie Grant Books
Publisher: Hardie Grant Books
Publish Date: 1-Apr-2008
Country of Publication: Australia

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