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Lee Radziwell in NY Times Magazine

She has stacked books in her Paris apartment. That was my main take away. And I don't see how she was prettier than Jacqueline. They fall over themselves to say how sophisticated she is, when all she remembers about visiting her sister in the White House were "the parties". A life of access to history and great minds that was wasted on an airhead. Yes, I'm jealous. A few choice moments: "I must go to London more often. I know, I should, but I am so, so happy in this apartment . . . if I can wade though the scores of Japanese kids fighting their way into Chanel.” "How could I ever forget Rudolf’s funeral, here, at the Opera . . . the whole place swathed with deep red roses, and draped in black, as well as the dancers and les petits rats descending the stairs. I’ve seen some extraordinary funerals in my life, Jack’s of course."


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