Edie, an American Biography - Chapters 27-34 Summary & Analysis

Jean Stein
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Things began to change with Edie. She began questioning the scripts for Warhol's movies and often refused to act in them. In order to teach her a lesson the Warhol people found a woman who looked similar to Edie but wasn't nearly as pretty. They dressed her up and convinced Edie that she had been replaced by this new girl, who would certainly be the next big star. Eventually, Edie stopped acting in Warhol's films and their relationship deteriorated even further. The final straw seemed to be when Edie decided she wanted to make real movies and considered moving to Hollywood to try to make it in film.

It was Andy that told her about Bob Dylan's marriage, which extremely upset Edie. Dylan had told Edie that he wanted to make a movie and star in it with her. Many have said that...

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