My Name Escapes Me. The Diary Of A Retiring Actor

Guinness Alec

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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: As New
Publisher: Hamish Hamilton
Publisher Place: London
Publisher Year: 1996
Edition: First Edition

Description: 214 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in As new condition throughout. Throughout Alec Guiness's Diaries, Which Cover The Eighteen Months Till June 1996, Certain Interests And Preoccupations Recur; Theatre And Film, Of Course, But Also Books And Paintings; The Church, Sometimes Held Up For Amused Observations, More Often The Focus Of A Personal Faith; Food And Drink, Whether Fish'n'chips And Ice Cream With A Group Of Fellow Actors At The Posthouse Hotel In Cambridge Or A Solitary Enrecote At The Connaught; And The Delights Of Being At Home With His Wife In The Hampshire Countryside-except On The Odd Occasion When An Over-zealous Fan Breaks Through The Bounday Hedge To Disrupt Sunday Lunch.

Publishers Description: First published in 1996, these excerpts from Alec Guinness' diaries cover a period of about 18 months from January 1995. Combining wit, anecdotes and observation, the topics range from the National Lottery to Ralph Richardson, from the Catholic Church to the Hampshire countryside.

ISBN: 0241136679

(108647)

214 pages. Book and Jacket appear to have hardly been read and are both in As new condition throughout. Throughout Alec Guiness's Diaries, Which Cover The Eighteen Months Till June 1996, Certain Interests And Preoccupations Recur; Theatre And Film, Of Course, But Also Books And Paintings; The Church, Sometimes Held Up For Amused Observations, More Often The Focus Of A Personal Faith; Food And Drink, Whether Fish'n'chips And Ice Cream With A Group Of Fellow Actors At The Posthouse Hotel In Cambridge Or A Solitary Enrecote At The Connaught; And The Delights Of Being At Home With His Wife In The Hampshire Countryside-except On The Odd Occasion When An Over-zealous Fan Breaks Through The Bounday Hedge To Disrupt Sunday Lunch.



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