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Sandy Dennis, a personal memoir

Author: Sandy Dennis; Louise Ladd; Doug Taylor
Publisher: Watsonville, CA : Papier-Mache Press, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Sandy Dennis was not like most people. Though she left a stunning legacy of award-winning film and theater performances, her memorable gift for writing was known by only a few close friends until after her death. Sandy Dennis's remarkable memoir reflects a true poet's soul in the face of life and death. Touching only lightly on the theater and glamour, Sandy instead spins highly personal tales from her childhood and
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Named Person: Sandy Dennis; Sandy Dennis
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sandy Dennis; Louise Ladd; Doug Taylor
ISBN: 1576010015 9781576010013
OCLC Number: 35145801
Description: 77 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Responsibility: co-edited by Louise Ladd and Doug Taylor ; foreword by Joanne Woodward.

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Sandy Dennis was not like most people. Though she left a stunning legacy of award-winning film and theater performances, her memorable gift for writing was known by only a few close friends until after her death. Sandy Dennis's remarkable memoir reflects a true poet's soul in the face of life and death. Touching only lightly on the theater and glamour, Sandy instead spins highly personal tales from her childhood and her adult life, with moments that move from laughter to.

tears. Her memories reveal a tender, vulnerable, and brave woman who seemed unaware of and unaffected by the adoration of the world. As she reminisces about her love for a man; her life with friends, family, and cats; and her childhood in the Midwest, her clear voice offers a true gift of love and quiet valor.

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