A completely fresh insight into the mind of one of the UK's greatest playwrights, the letters between John Osborne and his first wife, actress Pamela Lane, are also a love letter to a now defunct system of repertory theatre, and life in post-war Britain.
As these letters reveal, soon after their divorce, Osborne and Lane began a mutually supportive, loyal, frequently stormy and sometimes sexually intimate alliance lasting thirty years until Osborne's death. By the mid-1980s, they had become closer and more trusting than they had been since their earliest years together. `You are for me what you always were,' Pamela told him, `I am in love with you still.' It is, he declared, `my fortune to have loved someone for a lifetime.'
Acerbic, witty, candid and heartbreaking, they reveal a unique relationship, troubled, tender and enduring.
Generi Cinema e Spettacolo » Danza e altri spettacoli » Teatro di strada, mimo, circo e altri spettacoli » Teatro » Regia, produzione, gestione » Studi teatrali » Testi e critica letteraria » Attori Comici Registi , Passione e Sentimenti » Romanzi rosa , Romanzi e Letterature » Rosa » Storia e Critica letteraria » Letteratura teatrale e drammaturghi » Diari, Lettere, Memorie » Autobiografie e biografie letterarie , Storia e Biografie » Biografie Diari e Memorie » Artisti dello spettacolo » Diari e Lettere » Scrittori, poeti e letterati » Memorie
Editore Oberon Books
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM