A woman of ideas. Her writingsand this, for an actor, is really extraordinaryare about something more than just herself. -- Sight and Sound
About the Author
Simon Callow is an internationally acclaimed star of stage and screen.
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This expanded addition with an essay by Kenneth Tynan adds a great deal to the Brooks literatue.Published 4 months ago by W. H. Peck
There's a joke about the food in a Catskills NY resort: Woman 1: The food is terrible. Woman 2: And the portions are so small! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stuart Skalka
The book was in very good condition and I love the candor with which Louise Brooks wrote.Published 6 months ago by Cris
Had a blast reading this book. It is an easy read. Amazing how intelligent Louise Brooks was. She fought the system and lost, like most do but never sold her soul to the devil.Published 9 months ago by Voltaire
This collection of film essays by Louise Brooks should prove to anyone once and for all what a brilliant mind she had and that she was a writer par excellence. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Tom Graves -- Author of
How Louise Brooks became Lulu in her own words. That's all that needs to be said.Published 12 months ago by RoadTripDog
Was expecting a lot more from this publication after reading so many reviews indicating how juicy it was. Read morePublished 12 months ago by chica