Vanessa Redgrave by Vanessa Redgrave
: An Autobiography

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The celebrated and controversial actress shares the story of her career on the stage and in films, life in a distinguished theatrical family, political activism and commitment to social justice, and marriages and love affairs. 25,000 first printing.
 

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Published January 1, 1991 by HUTCHINSON. 312 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Arts & Photography, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Vanessa Redgrave, a political rebel of the show-business world, has written a straightforward, chronological account of her life. She is a member of the famous Redgrave theater clan (father Michael, m

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The central figure in "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe," Simon Callow's screen adaptation of the celebrated Carson McCullers novella, is Miss Amelia (Vanessa Redgrave), a woman of most remarkable aspect.

Mar 28 1991 | Read Full Review of Vanessa Redgrave:: An Autobio...

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Atkins smiles, you'll also notice, her smile cuts diagonally, not horizontally, across her thin face.) There's a beguiling oddness about the portrayal, bearing out Vita's observation of Virginia that "she is both detached and human."

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Sarah's recounting of ''the madness'' begins a few years earlier, in 1689, with the arrival in Salem Village of a new minister named Samuel Parris (William Lyman).

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“Was Shakespeare a fraud?” is the tagline for Roland Emmerich’s new film, Anonymous.

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