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Arnold Schwarzenegger: A Biography by Louise…

Arnold Schwarzenegger: A Biography

by Louise Krasniewicz

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A biography tracing the fascinating trajectory of Arnold Schwarzenegger's career-sports figure turned movie star turned entrepreneur turned politician.
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Despite politics or personal feelings of Mr. Schwarzeneggger's performance as governor, there is no denying his enormous personal success. In the dictionary under 'American Dream' there should be a picture of Arnold Schwarzenegger. This book does an effective job of chronicling his rise to stardom and finally to politics. It is formatted into different sections of Mr. S's life: Austrian Arnold, Movie Star Arnold, and Governor Arnold. This book is appropriate for both MS and HS readers and could be especially helpful to students writing a biography. One of the most helpful resources in the book is a seven page detailed timeline of Mr. S's life and career, a handy reference for the procrastinating writer. ( )
  KBroun | Aug 4, 2009 |
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Once referred to by fellow bodybuilder Rick Wayne as "the German kid with the overdeveloped name," Arnold Schwarzenegger, world-famous Austrian, has been among the most significant and influential figures in American popular culture in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries...Arnold's story is a dramatic and fabled rendition of the American Dream.
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