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Topic - Sue Mengers
The title hung awkwardly on this final collection of Christopher Isherwood's diaries inevitably raises the question: liberation from what? Certainly not from all the things that troubled him throughout the previous decades, scrupulously recounted again here: his libido, concern for his excessive drinking, health, appearance, financial stability, jealousy and other passions, fears about mortality and the struggle to believe in an afterlife.
The Divine Miss M is returning to Broadway, and not as just a producer.
Sue Mengers, a former Hollywood super-agent whose clients included Barbra Streisand, Cher, Michael Caine and Joan Collins, has died. Mengers claimed to be 78, though some sources listed her age as 81.
She said the Jews were better than anybody, and because I was drunk, the words flew out of my mouth, and I said their art was fundamentally vulgar and second rate and that, having made themselves the boss minority, they did nothing for homosexuals, etc., etc."