Michael Redgrave: Actor - Richard FindlaterWilliam Heinemann, 1956, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good - in Good DJ. DJ lightly edgeworn with some creasing to the lower edge, further nicks and chips but presentable. Bruised at tail of spine. Pages very gently tanned. A nice copy.
MICHAEL REDGRAVE has now been in the front rank of English actors for more than twenty years, during which time he has portrayed on stage and screen over a hundred characters. In his own book The Actor's Ways and Means Michael Redgrave shows how he approaches his work; here we have the story of his life and career, together with a frank assessment of his acting by the young critic and author Richard Findlater, who believes that Mr. Redgrave is now on the threshold of a new phase in his career. This exciting book, lavishly illustrated, is designed to appeal to all who have seen Michael Redgrave on the stage or in films, and to all who are interested in the art of acting. 170pp. Index. Size: 8vo Medium (8" x 5½" approx.) Dust wrapper in protective, removable sleeve. Introduction / preface by Harold Clurman.