Sunday, April 10, 2011

The News Tribe » In the memory of Elizabeth Taylor- By: Sana Naseer Shaikh

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The remarkable legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor died in Los Angeles last month at age 79. People remembered her as an adoring and empathetic woman in every chore of her life.She was a truly myth who is very benevolent to her family, friends and more than ever in victims of Aids.
In this article we have some special memories about the actress a collection of love letters written by a young Elizabeth Taylor to her first love and some special rewarded mark of respect to Dame Elizabeth Taylor. Her love letters is to be sold at public sale and this auction will be held between May 12 and 19.
William Pawley, the son of a former US ambassador, Taylor first fiancé, she wrote 66 letters to him in age of 17. These letters bestow into Dame Elizabeth’s Hollywood recognition mount. And all letters were written between March and November 1949. A spokesman for RR Auctions believed, the collection of significant letters was purchased two years ago from Mr. Pawley, now he is retired.
In one letter dated 28 March, Dame Elizabeth wrote: “I want our hearts to belong to each other throughout eternity.
“I want us to be ‘lovers’ always, even after we’ve been married seventy-five years and have at least a dozen great-great-grandchildren.”
In a new letter she told Mr. Pawley she was “completely convinced that you are the only man in the world that I shall ever love”.
The legend actress was hesitant to end the relationship with her fiancé when he demands for diamond engagement ring her aphorism: “I know with all my heart and soul that this is not the end for us”.
Bobby Livingston supposed, “We rarely come across a collection as rich as this, the letters are in a pristine condition.”
“William Pawley clearly loved and cherished them for all these years.”
Rewarded mark of respect to Elizabeth Taylor
Many stars have rewarded mark of respect to Dame Elizabeth Taylor in subsequent of her death in Los Angeles, specially Madonna and Barbra Streisand.
Madonna said, “I am so sorry to hear that this great legend has passed. I admired and respected her not only as an actress but for her amazing and inspiring work as an Aids activist.”
Barbra Streisand esteems remark, “It’s the end of an era. It wasn’t just her beauty or her stardom. It was her humanitarianism. She put a face on HIV/Aids. She was funny. She was generous. She made her life count.”
MacLaine said, “I don’t know what was more impressive her magnitude as a star or her magnitude as a friend. Her talent for friendship was unmatched. I will miss her for the rest of my life and beyond.”
Rooney, remembered her as “a lady who gave of herself to everyone”.
Minnelli remembered her as “a true star” and friend who “was always, always there for me.”
Dame Julie Andrews considered her as a close friend who he received her dame hood on the same day as London-born Taylor in May 2000. She assumed, “Liz was a dear friend. She was a great legendary lady of Hollywood and she will be mourned worldwide.”
Incredible tributes given by, Debbie Reynolds, Barry Manilow and La Toya Jackson, who said she had been an “incredible friend” of her late brother Michael.
Taylor’s also manifest in politics beyond the movies and music industry
Former President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, stated in his remarkable tribute, “Elizabeth’s legacy will live on in many people around the world whose lives will be longer and better because of her work and the ongoing efforts of those she inspired.”
French Prime Minister Francois Fillon supposed she had “forever marked the history of the Seventh Art and had been devoted from the youngest age to a limitless passion for film”.
John Warner, the former US senator who became Taylor’s sixth husband in 1976. He give tributes in these words, “I shall remember her as a woman whose heart and soul were as beautiful as her classic face and majestic eyes.”

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