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So much has been written about Bruce Lee-the martial arts superstar whose combination of strength, agility and charisma are legendary. But seldom are we able to peel back the veneer of Lee’s public image to view his true character. Bruce Lee’s Letters of the Dragon does just that-offering a highly personal view of the man through letters written to friends and family. These convey all the optimism, tenacity, integrity and intense loyalty for which he is known and adored by millions of people today.
This unparalleled collection of personal correspondence begins with his high school days in Hong Kong and continues throughout the period when he was working as an actor in America and in Hong Kong. It ends in 1973, the year of his untimely death at the age of just 32.
“Most important is how private and human this collection of letters will make you feel about Bruce. Here are not only his teachings and expertise, but his weaknesses, doubts, and his burning desire to grow as a person.”- Matthew Kaplowitz, Fight Nerd
“Letters of the Dragon: Correspondence, 1958-1973 collects hundreds of letters from the movie star, mostly to his family. His fond and matter-of-fact missives about shooting schedules and his pets make it easy to forget what a huge star he was.” – Publishers Weekly
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