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Josephine Baker (1906–1975) 34. Frida Kahlo (1907–1954) 35. Carmen Miranda (1909–1955) 36. Albert Camus (1913–1960) 37. Eddie Chapman (1914–1997) 38. Maya Deren (1917–1961) 39. Eva Perón (1919–1952) 40. Helen Gurley Brown (1922–2012) 41. Fidel Castro (1926–) 42. Cesar Chávez (1927–1993) 43. Che Guevara (1928–1967) 44. Sylvia Plath (1932–1963) 45. Gloria Steinem (1934–) 46. Jane Goodall (1934–) 47. Roberto Clemente (1934–1972)196 48. Bruce Lee (1940–1973) 49. Huey P. Newton (1942–1989) 50. Benazir Bhutto (1953–2007) Further Reading INTRODUCTION If you were anything like I was in school, history class probably functioned as a time to refine your deeply considered sketch of a monkey dangling from a palm tree in outer space, or perhaps for wondering whether you remembered both your mouth guard and your cleats.
Lord Byron was a lifelong philanderer (see page 24 on Lord Byron for more on that) and divorced from Ada’s mother, Baroness Byron, shortly after she had given birth. As a result of this sequence of events, Baroness Byron wanted to have as little to do with her daughter as possible— only insisting that she study math and science rather than literature. To ensure she did not inherit her father’s supposed madness, the young girl was educated by the best of Europe’s academics, including radical activist William Frend.
To prevent broken hearts, I’ve provided a handy “heat index” that evaluates the pros (bravery, intelligence, wit) and cons (narcissism, rudeness, assassin-y tendencies) of each historical heartthrob. Indispensable fun facts and quotes help reveal what hanging with these heartthrobs in their respective day and age was really like. And, of course, each entry includes an incredible image of each figure doing what they do best—lookin’ good and makin’ history in the process. There’s not a dull person in the bunch, so if a page or two isn’t enough to satisfy your curiosity about Frida Kahlo or Huey Newton, turn to the further reading section (see page 212) to help fan the flames of your new love affairs.