My Life With Nol͡ Coward

My Life With Nol͡ Coward

Book - 1994
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Baker & Taylor
Provides a portrait of the playwright and his family, including his most difficult professional period right after World War II

Hal Leonard
(Applause Books). This is the definitive memoir of the private Noel Coward by the only man with the compassionate insight and first-hand experience to write it. Graham Payn, star of many of Coward's shows, shared the Master's professional and private life for thirty years. When Coward kept the rest of the world at bay, Payn remained at his side as confidant and friend. No one else was as privy to Coward's doubts and dreams.

Book News
Graham Payn, a close friend of Coward's for some 30 years, writes a loving, engagingly gossipy portrait of Coward's life, career, and numerous fascinating friends. Liberally interspersed with excerpts from Coward's work and personal diaries, including previously unpublished theater writings, it also contains many fine b&w photographs. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

Publisher: New York : Applause, c1994
ISBN: 9781557831903
Branch Call Number: 822.912 PA
Characteristics: x, 402 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Day, Barry


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