42 Up: Give Me The Child Until He Is Seven, And I Will Show You The Man: A Book Based On Michael Apted's Award-winning Docume by Bennett Singer42 Up: Give Me The Child Until He Is Seven, And I Will Show You The Man: A Book Based On Michael Apted's Award-winning Docume by Bennett Singer

42 Up: Give Me The Child Until He Is Seven, And I Will Show You The Man: A Book Based On Michael…

EditorBennett Singer

Paperback | February 15, 2000

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A richly illustrated companion volume to the acclaimed 7 Up film series -- a fascinating study published to coincide with the film release of 42 Up.
Boston-born psychiatrist and author Robert Martin Coles devoted his professional life to the psychology of children. Coles has been associated with the Harvard University Medical School since 1960. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for his five-volume series entitled Children in Crisis, Coles has contributed hundreds of articles to popular ...
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Title:42 Up: Give Me The Child Until He Is Seven, And I Will Show You The Man: A Book Based On Michael…Format:PaperbackDimensions:155 pages, 9.18 × 7.61 × 0.45 inPublished:February 15, 2000Publisher:New PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1565844653

ISBN - 13:9781565844650

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Based on acclaimed filmmaker Michael Apted's celebrated documentary series, 42 Up is the companion book to the sixth instalment of this fascinating study of the lives of 14 British men and women. Apted began this groundbreaking series in 1964 by following 14 girls and boys from various walks of life at age seven, revisiting them again with the camera at age 14, 21, 28, 35 and now at 42. Offering an overview of this extraordinary series from the beginning, 42 Up is richly illustrated with 100 photographs that help tell the stories of the film's subjects - their failures, triumphs, hopes and dreams during a 35 year span.