9 p.m., Feb. 22
Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe. Miller, who feared rather than cherished Marilyn’s fragility and who couldn’t (and didn’t want to) be with her all the time, felt that she could never be alone.
Posted September 4, 2003
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Signs of a tragedy
“There was no connection. No more mystery to it than that. She was not the kind of woman a sex bomb is supposed to be, and it wore her out. She never found anyone who understood her.”