Description - Sybil Thorndike by Jonathan Croall
Outside the theatrical profession Sybil Thorndike is no longer the household name she once was; she has become a historical figure. Yet her combative, inspiring life, her passionate concern for the state of the world as well as for her art, resonates with any age. As the actor Michael Macliammoir put it: 'Essentially English, she is yet nationless; essentially of her period, she is yet timeless'.
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(235mm x 145mm x 52mm)
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Author Biography - Jonathan Croall
Jonathan Croall was an editor in publishing and newspapers before becoming a full-time writer. His books include Gielgud: A Theatrical Life; The Coming of Godot: A Short History of a Masterpiece; Buzz Buzz! Playwrights, Actors and Directors at the National Theatre; and in the series 'The National Theatre at Work', Hamlet Observed, Peter Hall's 'Bacchai', and Inside the Molly House. He currently edits the programmes at the Old Vic.