Leaving A Doll's House: A Memoir

Paperback | April 1, 1998

byClaire BloomAs told byClaire Bloom

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Writing with grace, wit, and remarkable candor, actress Claire Bloom looks back at her crowded life: her accomplishments on stage and screen; her romantic liaisons with some of the great leading men of our era; and at "the most important relationship" of her life--her marriage to author Philip Roth. of photos.

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In a remarkably frank memoir, actress Claire Bloom reflects on her childhood, early career, relationships and subsequent marriages. She appraises the winding roads her life has led her through, from her stage and screen accomplishments to her romantic liaisons with Hollywood leading men. After the disintegration of her marriage to writ...

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Writing with grace, wit, and remarkable candor, actress Claire Bloom looks back at her crowded life: her accomplishments on stage and screen; her romantic liaisons with some of the great leading men of our era; and at "the most important relationship" of her life--her marriage to author Philip Roth. of photos.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:April 1, 1998Publisher:Little, Brown And Company

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ISBN - 10:0316093831

ISBN - 13:9780316093835

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In a remarkably frank memoir, actress Claire Bloom reflects on her childhood, early career, relationships and subsequent marriages. She appraises the winding roads her life has led her through, from her stage and screen accomplishments to her romantic liaisons with Hollywood leading men. After the disintegration of her marriage to writer Philip Roth in 1995, Bloom experienced an unexpected liberation. Leaving a Doll's House celebrates one woman's reconciliation with the mistakes of her past and the promises of the future.