Jane Fonda's autobiography is over 600 pages and have all the details from Jane’s childhood to her sixties. It is amazed that Jane have been involved in so many different roles for herself, political and society, including actress, political activist, fitness instructor, environmentalist and feminist.
The most dramatic act should be her anti-war activism in the opposition to the Vietnam War and against the Iraq War. For her social role, she actively took part for the prevention of adolescent pregnancy through training and program development in Atlanta, Georgia by the establishment of Jane Fonda Center for Adolescent Reproductive Health at Emory University.
Even though the book is a bit long, it is worth reading and going through the changes in Jane's thinking and growth. It is interesting to see how a gal grow to be brave, strong and with high self-confidence. During her childhood, she faced difficulties in opening up her mind to parents and felt ignored and lonely.
The most exciting part should be she met Ted Turner in 1991. You will see how a woman find her love and soul partner but still cannot have a happy ending. She know she cannot get along with him as she find what is the most important in her life is her daughters and grandchildren but not the man that she has to please.
Try to read the book and you are amazed that how a gal can have such a big change....Continua