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" Her mother made her undo the damage, of course, but Jones "didn't feel guilty about what I had done.
I was already a little hell-raiser, and proud of it." After 276 more pages, having divulged various graphic details of her sexual résumé (a three-way with her husband and a Vegas showgirl; sniffing amyl nitrite during sex), Jones still sounds remarkably like that petulant little girl: "I have always liked to shock people a bit," she informs us somewhat redundantly.
A: I wasn't sure how it would be received, to tell you the truth. So many people think of me as that little girl from Smithton, Pa., or as Mrs. But I'm also a normal human being — and I like everything else that goes along with that, too.
Q: You write that "I've always been an extremely sexual woman, easily aroused, and intensely orgasmic." What's the strategy behind such candor?
That draws a boisterous guffaw from Jones, whose loyalty to her outspoken, eccentric spouse has provoked speculation about how she could have jumped to Ingels from Cassidy, deeply troubled but unquestionably urbane.
It's full of so many memories and so much stuff that I don't know what to do with. Rembrandt's etching, Christ Presented to the People, first version, before he wiped off the crowd of onlookers.
Elle est oscarisée en 1983 pour son rôle dans Tendres Passions (Terms of Endearment), de James L. Elle a écrit plusieurs livres d'inspiration "New Age", sur la réincarnation et sur sa carrière à Hollywood.
My dad was TJ Hughes, who owned a department store of the same name in Liverpool; my mum met him when he was serving in the Royal Flying Corps in the First World War. After my dad's early death, my mum brought me and my two older sisters up, so we were an all-female household. an illustrator, though I never dreamt I could be one professionally. it would be not to worry about things unnecessarily.
She studied at Liverpool Art School and the Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford.
Two curiously linked admissions bracket the eponymous new tell-all memoir from Shirley Jones.