Michiko not too hot on 'Kate'

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Michiko Kakutani's review in the New York Times of "Kate Remembered" blames author A. Scott Berg for too few revelations and too much hyperbole.

A strange hybrid: part biography, part memoir; part hagiography, part pathography; part affectionate tribute by a friend and fan; part name-dropping exercise in voyeurism, rushed into print two weeks after Katharine Hepburn's death.

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