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Jackie Kennedy

Una guía fascinante de la vida de Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis [ A Fascinating Guide to the Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis]
Narrated by: Nicolas Villanueva
Length: 2 hrs and 2 mins
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¡Explore la fascinante vida de Jackie Kennedy!

Sin duda, el nombre Jackie Kennedy atrae a la mente muchos pensamientos.

Ella es, quizás, más conocida por su función como primera dama de los Estados Unidos cuando su esposo, John F. Kennedy, asumió el cargo como presidente, y por su papel en la restauración de la Casa Blanca. Además, por supuesto, muchas personas recuerdan a Jacqueline por su influencia en la industria de la moda, en particular, su vestido rosado de Chanel y su sombrero pillbox, que se convirtieron en los símbolos del asesinato de su marido. Jackie es tan famosa y querida que es considerada como una de las primeras damas más populares. De hecho, en 1999, Jacqueline fue incluida en la lista Gallup de los hombres y mujeres más admirados en Estados Unidos en el siglo XX. Si bien ejerció su mayor influencia en la Casa Blanca, Jackie fue mucho más que su título de primera dama. 

Algunos de los temas abordados en este audiolibro son:
 

  • Infancia y educación inicial
  • Universidad y carrera profesional
  • Relación con John F. Kennedy
  • Maternidad
  • Campaña por la presidencia
  • Primera dama
  • Asesinato de Kennedy
  • La vida después del asesinato
  • Figura icónica actual
  • ¡Y mucho más que usted no querrá perderse!

Please note: This audiobook is in Spanish.

©2018 Captivating History (P)2018 Captivating History

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Take a look at Jackie Kennedy.

This biography not only gave me insight into this women's life , but also the lives she had impacted throughout her life. This book is detailed and precise, A must read for anyone looking for a tour into a life beyond their own.

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Great Read.

I thought this book was very well put together. It talked about Jacqueline's life surrounding her time in the white house and her family. A very good read.

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A first lady and a best mother.

Jackie Onassis was a strong woman, and I have even more admiration for her after reading this excellent biography that I couldn't put down until I reached its last page. You would love to listen to it in Spanish.

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Lif's insight into the life of Jackie.

This book taught me a few things I had never known about such as the fact Jackie went through PTSD after the death of her husband and developed obsessive remembering, guilt, helplessness, angry outbursts; suicidal threats and fears of being the next target.

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A wonderful book about J. Kennedy.

I have also watched the movie, The Butler (Lee Daniel). As after the death of her husband led me to want to know more about the tragedies she had gone through as a first lady and a mother. This book showed me everything.

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Elightly mediocre.

Although having this book written in the first person is a novel idea, there is no evidence to support that this was
Jackie's perception of her world. Most of the material presented was a rehash of many other books and a few
of facts, such as the Kennedy birth order, were flagrantly inaccurate.

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  • Mark Ashton
  • 11-07-18

One Special Life for history lovers

Jackie led a life with as much ups and downs as a roller coaster A product of divorce, and deep tragedy, she carved out an amazing life for herself. What I enjoyed most about this book was that it showed how much her sister Lee was a part of her life. For once she was not a footnote as she is in a lot of Jackie's biographies.

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  • Joe Cranston
  • 11-07-18

New views of jacks and pekes

lovely book most appreciated for sympathetic view of lee Captivating History, treating her talents and skills with appreciation and insight. especially recommended for those who thought they had already read it all about the sisters, jacks and pekes, and their complex relationship.

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  • Fredrik Eklund
  • 11-07-18

Jacqueline Kennedy was different.

Well written, in story style that helped solidify these two people as more than historical figures but flesh and blood beings much like us!

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  • Marie Antoinette
  • 11-06-18

This is my first book on Jackie.

There were a few little editing things throughout this book but they were barely noticeable. This book really renewed my interest in biographies so I'm really looking forward to the next book in the women in history series.

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  • Alisha Ward
  • 11-06-18

I like the idea of the women in history series

To be honest, the only things I knew about her were that she came from a wealthy family, was married to JFK, and was considered a fashion icon. This biography, of course, went well beyond that information. I was particularly interested in reading about her childhood as well as her life after the President's assassination. It's clear that the author really did his research to make this book as informative as possible.