4 edition of John Gielgud"s notes from the gods found in the catalog.
John Gielgud"s notes from the gods
At head of title: The Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection presents.
|Statement||edited by Richard Mangan.|
|LC Classifications||PN2598.G45 A3 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
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Offering nostalgic glimpses into the theatre of the 20s, as seen through the eyes - and programme notes - of the young John Gielgud, this book comes with comments by Gielgud, spanning the years This collection of programmes is now with. John Gielgud's Notes from the Gods by Sir John Gielgud,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
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Richard Mangan edited John Gielgud's Notes From The Gods (Nick Hern Books, ). He is curator of the Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection at Greenwich, London. Richard Mangan edited JOHN GIELGUD'S NOTES FROM THE GODS (Nick Hern Books, ).
He is curator of the Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection.4/5(29). As one of my very favorite actors, Sir John Gielgud has made a lifetime of memories for so many people. This book is a collection of letters he wrote.
It begins with early letters to his mother and ends well up until his final years/5(2). “The Self says ‘I AM’–as in the very grand sayings of Christ, especially in the Gospel of John, in which he says in the state of onenenss with Yahweh (which in Hebrew means ‘I AM’), I AM is the way and the truth and the life–but the ego says ‘I am this’ or ‘I am that,’ thus attaching itself only to a small portion of the Vastness.
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In this case, the editor, Richard /5(7). 'In this comprehensive volume, we see the actor in a range of roles: loving son, wicked gossip, star actor, indecisive director, anguished lover, brilliant anecdotist.
This splendid book reveals an infinitely complicated and attractive character. We may not look upon his like again' Jonathan Croall, SpectatorThe above quotes sums it up - this astonishing collection of letters brings us.
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