She was never going to settle for just being Queen Elizabeth II's sister, so Princess Margaret enthusiastically became the black sheep of the royal family, her beauty and hauteur dazzling such figures as Pablo Picasso, Marlon Brando, and John Lennon. Effortlessly winning admirers and making enemies, Margaret lived a life of barely concealed scandal, only to become bitter and forlorn in her later years. Combining interviews, parodies, dreams, diaries, lists, catalogues, and essays, Craig Brown's highly creative book—a winner of the James Tait Black Memorial Prize—is a kaleidoscopic experiment in biography and a witty meditation on fame and art, bohemia and high society.
Ninety-Nine Glimpses Of Princess Margaret
Author: Craig Brown.