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by Peter O'Toole

  • Author: Peter O'Toole
  • ISBN: 1562828231
  • ISBN13: 978-1562828233
  • ePub: 1354 kb | FB2: 1206 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Performing Arts
  • Publisher: Hyperion; 1st edition (April 5, 1993)
  • Pages: 198
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 464
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Loitering with Intent ePub download

Peter O'Toole was very much in his own world, sometimes ancient and sometimes modern.

Peter O'Toole was very much in his own world, sometimes ancient and sometimes modern. Feels like he could change eras at will, being a special actor that he was. Perhaps I will return to this later when I gain a bit more experience and improve my seemingly mediocre English skills. The Apprentice, volume the second of Peter O'Toole's autobiographical opus Loitering With Intent, affords a rambling view of London in the mid-50s as seen by a starving student at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.

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Loitering with Intent Series. 2 primary works, 2 total works. Book 2. Loitering with Intent: The Apprentice. Book 1. Loitering with Intent: The Child. Covering his time as a drama student at RADA, the.

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Loitering with Intent is a novel by Scottish author Muriel Spark. Published in 1981 by Bodley Head, it was short-listed for the Booker Prize that year

Loitering with Intent is a novel by Scottish author Muriel Spark. Published in 1981 by Bodley Head, it was short-listed for the Booker Prize that year. It contains many autobiographical references to Spark's early career and was reprinted in 2001 by New Directions, in the US, and in 2007 by Virago Press in the UK (with a foreword by Mark Lawson). Fleur Talbot is struggling to complete her first novel, Warrender Chase, in London in the early 1950s.

Loitering with Intent: The Child

Loitering with Intent: The Child.

Amazingly, this second volume of Peter O'Toole's memoirs (the first was Loitering with Intent: The Child, published . I want Peter O'Toole to scrible my life story. One of our grandest actors turns out to be a remarkable writer.

Amazingly, this second volume of Peter O'Toole's memoirs (the first was Loitering with Intent: The Child, published in March 1995) covers only three years of th. . If he was writing about any other person than himself, this would be a great book; a most enjoyable reading experience; and a primer in how to tell the story of a larger than life person. As it happens, Peter O'Toole, the exceptional writer, is writing about Peter O'Toole, the peerless actor. And this is Volume Two! Do grab the first book, "Loitering With Intent: The Child.

Loitering with Intent - is a novel by Scottish author Muriel Spark and published in 1981 by Bodley Head. It contains many autobiographical references to Spark s early career and was shortlisted for the 1981 Booker Prize. O'Toole, Peter - ▪ Irish actor in full Peter Seamus O Toole born August 2, 1932, Connemara, County Galway, Ire. Irish stage and film actor whose range extends from classical drama to contemporary farce. O Toole grew up in Leeds, England, and wa. Universalium.

Peter Seamus O'Toole (/oʊˈtuːl/; 2 August 1932 – 14 December 2013) was a British stage and film actor of Irish descent. He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and began working in the theatre, gaining recognition as a Shakespearean actor at the Bristol Old Vic and with the English Stage Company before making his film debut in 1959.

The popular actor describes his youth in northern England, his father, his mother, the difficulty of a wartime childhood, the impression of the war, his education, and his introduction to drama.
i loved this book, Mr. O'toole is a fantastic writer amongst all eles he does, he was sent by god to do this work so he is the "an actors actor" "a writers writer" and a true human being, not snobby, not tinsel townish, he knows his craft, a master of many things and an expert in all.I have watched his movies all of my life and seen his interview's which he very very seldom does, but he is i must say , the most honest actor there is. look at him now, 80 years old still acting, writing, has a family, why? becasue he doesnt need anyone's approval, it was stamped on his little baby head when he entered this world, VIVA! O'TOOLE Also did anyone out there know that there is song about him? by a group call Rathlikar they are a UK band and the song is simply marvelous , and it is called Peter O'Toole" one of the phrases from the song that i enjoy is "I just want to be like Peter O'Toole, he bends all the rules and when he doese he still lookin cool" I did see him in a play once while in the UK, that man has a presence that is well what can I say you know he commands that stage, they dont make actors like him anymore, there are a few, like Russell Crow, who have that real ability to act, and cares not about what he ate , or who he is with , same as O'Toole his private life is just that, tinsel town to me is sad, we crank out movies every month, it takes up to 8 years for some movies to be made when these kind of actors are in them, and may I mention Dame Joan Plowright, she is in this class of human beings, enjoying what they do , lives a private life, she has of late been in a few movies you would't think she would be in , and she can even "RAP" she does poker face comedy in that whitty way in which true talent can, We do have a few actors in america who can be as good as well, but most of what i have seen , and then found out that these actors were trained on stage, I say to myself, well that's why the movie was so long and i stayed awake!! with acting comes great practice, taking the good with the bad, not having to hold yourself up to public scrutiny becasue you know who you are, sure Peter"O"Toole was part fo a great gang of actors who smoked too mucdh, drank too much, partied too much but again, knew themselves, so glad O'Toole gave up drinking, he never really could do it as he had gastrointstinal problems, almost died in 72 from drink, he just stopped, he loves life too much, not a perfet huan, but HUMAN NONE THE LESS'
One of the best and most entertaining autobiographies I have ever read, and so wonderfully written, with such talent and verve and personality. I really think he could have made a very good living as a writer, making quite a name for himself and all the rest. Glad he chose acting, however, since there is absolutely no one like him.

Sheri Nelson Maclean, The Woodlands, Texas
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Confusing when first reading, but O'Toole's voice comes through clearly, as you begin to understand his exciting and rambling life.
it's sometimes hard to follow o'toole jumping around throughout the book. the writing makes up for this by being both engaging and heartfelt.
I like Peter O'Toole, the actor, but found that I didn't much care for him as a person. He shouldn't lose any sleep over that. Sometimes we want people we admire to be more than they are.
Cannot write a review at this time. Reason: I am now overseas and have ordered the book by proxy. Sorry.

D. Weinberg
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