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Eight Women of the American Stage

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"Eight Women of the American Stage" is a highly readable, informative book about the professional lives of some of the foremost actresses working in the theatre and film today. Each of the eight interviews is presented as a narrative, in which the subject reveals what is brought her to acting, what draws her to a particular role, her method of preparation and other element ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published September 15th 1997 by Heinemann Drama
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Roy Harris is Emeritus Professor of General Linguistics in the University of Oxford and Honorary Fellow of St Edmund Hall. He has also held university teaching posts in Hong Kong, Boston and Paris and visiting fellowships at universities in South Africa and Australia, and at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study.
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