Marilyn Monroe wrote of anguish over Arthur Miller





Marilyn Monroe wrote of her devastation at discovering that Arthur Miller had written in his diary that she was an embarrassment to him, new archives have disclosed.

The actress recorded her anguish in a poem in which she appeared to call the playwright a “peaceful monster” after finding the entry during their 1956 summer stay in England.

Miller complained in his diary that he was “disappointed” with the world’s most adored sex symbol and sometimes felt embarrassed by her in front of his friends.

Monroe was so devastated by her discovery that she found it difficult to work and sleep, according to a collection of her diary extracts to be published for the first time this week....


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