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Kill Bill (movie)
Art exhibit gives rare, personal glimpse of young Bruce Lee

SEATTLE Although he was floundering at the University of Washington with a 1.84 GPA in March 1962, Bruce Lee was teeming with confidence and ambition, as if he knew success was around the corner. And he could smell it. He filled an endless stream of spiral notebooks not on class lectures, but on Eastern philosophy, kung fu principles and fight diagrams. He stored much of his writing and drawings, even his stream-of-consciousness jottings and his scribbles on the trivialities of everyday life. "My father was prolific when it came to writing: day-timers, journals," his daughter, Shannon Lee said in a recent phone interview from Los Angeles. "He wrote on pieces of loose-leaf...