Jackie, Ethel, Joan

Jackie, Ethel, Joan

Women Of Camelot

Book - 2000
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Jacqueline Bouvier. Ethel Skakel. Joan Bennett. Three women who married into America's royal family and became forever linked in legend. Set against the panorama of explosive American history, this unique story offers a rarely-seen look at the relationship shared among the three women -- during the Camelot years and beyond. Whether dealing with their husbands' blatant infidelities, stumping for their many political campaigns, touring the world to promote their family's legacy, raising their children, or confronting death, the Kennedy wives did it all with grace, style and dignity.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, c2000
ISBN: 9780446524261
0446524263
Branch Call Number: 973.922
Characteristics: xiv, 528 pages :,illustrations ;,24 cm

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nouanda
Sep 28, 2013

Very interesting to hear about the point of view of the Kennedy women. So much has been said about their husbands, it was great for once to read how they truly felt during that historic times.

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d21221
Jun 09, 2011

This was an excellent book, detailing events and tragedy surrounding the Kennedys during their political successes. The story was written in such a way you were engaged in the characters and though you may have not agreed or even related to some of their behaviour you still felt empathy and sadness when the women faced tragedy or were treated badly. It's a nice perspective of the wives and excellent for a summer read even if you don't have a vacation house to escape to like a Kennedy.

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