Enthralling bio of one of the English speaking theater's most interesting and influential characters.
This book of letters that Noel Coward wrote to people and letters that people wrote to Noel give you a great insight to his character and life.
This is a good, long book - almost 800 pages - which gives the reader a chance to get to know Coward over half a century.
It was just what I wanted. An interesting, funny and poignant read.Published 2 months ago by Frank Bowling
I loved the letters and the background information. I give only two stars because of the many, many idiotic typos. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Augusta Giffen
Great way to learn about Coward's life. His letters were as well written as you would expect. If you are a fan, you must buy it.Published 17 months ago by Frei
Hey, if you like to read every word of a 700 page plus book written in very small type on print paper that does not hold up well over time, then this is the book for you. Read morePublished 22 months ago by babyboomerlarry
Content, wise, it's not much more than that. Maybe "letters" don't lend themselves to e-books. Photos certainly don't. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Sadly, it will not because (alas) few have the time for a long letter - or a well turned phrase. If you enjoy Noel Coward, his rather arch comments and the dishing of gossip this... Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by CFE
What else is there to say about Noel Coward: writer, playwright, musician, wit, film director and all-round polymath? Read morePublished on August 23, 2012 by Dr. Laurence Raw
If you can stomach the gushy style that matched the greasy slick-backed oily hair and stuffed-shirt style of Noel Coward then this book is worth reading*. Read morePublished on November 9, 2011 by John Fitzpatrick
Whether you are familiar with the works of Noel Coward on the most basic level or are a lifelong fan, The Letters of Noel Coward will provide you with an intense look at one of the... Read morePublished on November 24, 2008 by M. L. McBride