Fb2 Alan Rickman ePub

by Maureen Paton

Category: Arts and Literature
Subcategory: Memoris and Biographies
Author: Maureen Paton
ISBN: 0753507544
ISBN13: 978-0753507544
Language: English
Publisher: Virgin Pub; 2nd edition (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 304
Fb2 eBook: 1922 kb
ePub eBook: 1531 kb
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THE SURROGATE FATHER ON THE LAST Saturday in January, 1990, a 55-year-old schoolmaster called Colin Turner was killed in a freak accident on a visit to friends.

He was walking down a flight of stairs in a block of flats in Stamford Court, Hammersmith, when he suddenly tripped and fell headlong, breaking his neck on the railings at the bottom of the stairs

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Maureen Paton is a freelance journalist specialising in arts, showbusiness and women's issues. It is badly written, jumps from subject to subject, repetitive blobs to fill space, and plenty of unrelated "quotes" from no one in particular. I now know way much about Mr. Rickman's, early next door neighbor's 3rd cousin now. Being an American, she happily does not supply definitions for British words and organizations.

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In this revised and updated biography, Maureen Paton encompasses the private, professional and political life of this most enigmatic, charismatic and intensely private of actors. Welcome to Literature Tube Archieve The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Alan Rickman is talented. Maureen Paton is not. The worst part is that he's actually led a fairly interesting life. This book is a waste of time and money.

Widely known for his portrayal of Professor Severus Snape in the Harry Potter films, Alan Rickman is also one of Britain's greatest stage actors, embracing everything from Shakespeare, Chekov and Noel Coward, to directing Ruby Wax on stage

The Unauthorised Biography. Alan Rickman in Guys and Dolls, 1975 (Haymarket Theatre). Alan on tour with the rep in Ibsen's When We Dead Awaken (Gerald Murray).

The Unauthorised Biography. First stint at the RSC with Glenda Jackson and Juliet Stevenson (Shakespeare Centre Library/Joe Cocks). As Antonio in 1979 (Shakespeare Centre Library/Joe Cocks).

Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman (21 February 1946 – 14 January 2016) was an English actor and director

Alan Sidney Patrick Rickman (21 February 1946 – 14 January 2016) was an English actor and director. Rickman trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and became a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), performing in modern and classical theatre productions.

In this revised and updated biography, Maureen Paton encompasses the private, professional and political life of this most enigmatic, charismatic and intensely private of actors.
Comments to eBook Alan Rickman
Fenrikasa
If you enjoy Alan Rickman as an actor, Do Not Buy This Book. It is badly written, jumps from subject to subject, repetitive blobs to fill space, and plenty of unrelated "quotes" from no one in particular. I now know way much about Mr. Rickman's, early next door neighbor's 3rd cousin now. Being an American, she happily does not supply definitions for British words and organizations. To add insult to injury, Maureen Paton seems to believe that she can connect his personality to his hair style and that the two of them have "much in common." Buy the time I was half way done (where I stopped reading) Alan Rickman is rendered as the most Pompous Ass on the planet. Is she a fan???
Puchock
If you are truly a fan of Alan Rickman's -- or just interested in him as a wonderful actor -- run, don't walk, AWAY from this offensive drivel!

I am not even going to dignify this tripe with a lengthy review...even a NEGATIVE one (and, if you haven't guessed by now, this IS a negative review). If, indeed, the man is to have an unauthorized biography, let it be worthy of him, and not this nonsense.
Arador
Even 1 star is too much for this awful book. It is quite painfully bad. I am amazed that this book was published at all and I would discourage anyone from buying it. It is poorly written and has absolutely nothing to offer but lame attempts at "dirt" (Alan Rickman gets annoyed once in a while. Oh, the horror!), cheap innuendos and out-of-context quotes from friends and/or enemies.

A book like this is a terrible price to pay for celebrity and I am embarassed to admit that I have read it. Sorry, Alan.
Vikus
Great book
WOGY
thank you very much. arrived in great condition.
Gajurus
Love it
Kekinos
I found this book very illuminating. I never would have guessed that Alan Rickman's true personality is so different from his many screen personas. It was very interesting that his role in Truly, Madly, Deeply is close to his real life.
Being an American, I found some of the abbreviations and idioms hard to translate. It was nice that the author included some pictures of Alan Rickman in the paperback book.
I hope that some day Mr. Rickman will write his own memoirs so that we can see his life in his own words.
I picked up this book as I am a great admirer of Alan Rickman's career and was sorely disappointed within the first paragraph. The technique, if that's what the jerky, scattered smattering of unrelated sentences and half formed ideas can be called, resembled nothing close to a decent flow or form. In one sentence the author makes a point blank statement then, in the next, proceeds to contradict it in a way that makes me believe she was oblivious to the first statement.

Not only is her writing style appallingly primitive (and no amount of the thirteen letter words she seemed fond of sprinkling through out the text can hid that fact)but the voice she used to recant this cobbling of rumors and third hand reports bears all the resemblance of a jilted lover.

This mockery was written seemingly without respect for the person but rather as a way to make a profit off of a talented man who prefers to not exploit himself the way this hack seemed to have no qualms in doing.
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