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The Man Whom Women Loved: The Life of Bror Blixen Hardcover – 1 Jul 1987
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Bror Blixen's godson, a Kenya hunter, presents an in-depth portrait of his godfather, the renowned safari hunter whose mythic passions for women and adventure attracted Isak Dinesen and Beryl Markham and inspired Ernest Hemingway. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This biography, however, was obviously written with a great deal of care and research by his nephew Ulf and offers an enormous amount of detail on not only its subject, Bror Blixen, but the many men and women his life impacted and the rapidly changing East Africa he made a life in. He was certainly a womanizer as the title suggests, but every woman, presented in their own words, loved him and it's quite appropriate that the book is divided into chapters based on the woman he was involved with at that time in his life.
Bror Blixen comes across as a flawed, but charming and unpretentious man. By the time your finished reading about his life, you'll only regret that you'll never have a chance to know him in person.