Storytelling : A Sort of Memoir Paperback / softback
During a remarkable lifetime, Andrew Sinclair has bridged the worlds of university and literature, art and cinema.
A child of the Second World War, he has known many of the leading figures of the past seventy years - ranging from William Golding to Ted Hughes, Harold Pinter to Francis Bacon, Robert Lowell to Graham Greene, as well as publishing such classic screenplays as 'The Blue Angel', 'The Third Man' and 'Stagecoach'.
He also directed a number of films including Dylan Thomas's 'Under Milk Wood' starring Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Peter O'Toole.
This unique `anti-memoires' of episodes and encounters captures new insights into many of the leading creative talents and stars of their times. In his own adventures, Andrew became involved in the revolt against the Suez invasion and overground nuclear tests, the Cuban revolution led by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara, the 1968 global student uprisings and finally in the worldwide digital revolution in education and the arts. Now in his ninth decade, this author of some 40 books, including the much-lauded The Breaking of Bumbo and Gog, Andrew Sinclair in the tradition of John Aubrey's Brief Lives looks back on a rich life and fond memories of the people he has studied and known.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 342 pages, 8 colour & 20 black-and-white illustrations
- Publisher: Ashgrove Publishing Ltd
- Publication Date: 01/02/2018
- Category: Film, TV & radio
- ISBN: 9781853981890