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Edie, an American Biography Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 35-45 Summary

Jean Stein
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Chapters 35-45 Summary and Analysis

Edie went back to California and stayed at the Castle, an estate in the Hollywood Hills. As with The Factory, many people stayed at the Castle or visited including Bob Dylan and Jim Morrison. Jim Morrison and Edie seemed to have many things in common since they were both controlled by their demons.

Edie began working on a new film in August 1967, titled Lulu. After the film was finished, Edie returned to New York. By this time, Francis was dying of cancer and Edie was desperate to speak with him. Francis would not see Edie, nor would he speak to her on the phone. It did not matter how much she begged, Francis had disowned her. Shortly before Francis died, he confided to his brother Minturn that all of the Sedgwick children blamed him for their problems and that the children were right...

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