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eBook Loitering with Intent: The Child ePub

by Peter O'Toole

  • ISBN: 0330331388
  • Category: Arts and Literature
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Peter O'Toole
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pan Books (August 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 198
  • ePub book: 1450 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1447 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 228

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It is really something for a legendary actor to have such talents; he is an author too! Anyway, the book is very well written, interesting and informative about Peter's life as "The Child".

It is really something for a legendary actor to have such talents; he is an author too! Anyway, the book is very well written, interesting and informative about Peter's life as "The Child". I hadn't read it before because I was worried about being disappointed; after all I've put Peter O'Toole on such a high pedestal for so long that I didn't know what to expect! Guess I'm gravitating towards "The Apprentice" now.

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Loitering With Intent: T. .has been added to your Cart. Loitering With Intent: The Child Paperback – February, 1997. by Peter O'Toole (Author).

Loitering with Intent book. Finding a used copy of Peter O'Toole's Loitering with Intent: The Child at Half Price Books for a quarter was too attractive to pass up. The Child is the first of two volumes; the second, The Apprentice, covers O'Toole's rise as an actor.

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Seldom have critics so raved about a film star's memoirs, or have fans been so delighted by such infectious energy and ebullient storytelling panache

Seldom have critics so raved about a film star's memoirs, or have fans been so delighted by such infectious energy and ebullient storytelling panache. Loitering with Intent: The Child captivates readers with O'Toole's rakish wit and shining eccentricity, recounting the story of his weird, wacky, wild, and wonderful early life.

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In all that he writes of the period, O'Toole reveals his deep understanding of the absurd, both comic and chilling, and how he touches on the tragic - most notably in his studies of Hitler and the effect the Fuhrer has had on his life. Peter O'Toole was born in 1932. After working on provincial newspapers, serving in the Navy, and attending RADA, he made his professional acting debut in 1955 at the Theatre Royal, Bristol. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

This is Peter O'Toole's account of his early life, a childhood framed by "Captain Pat" O'Toole, itinerant bookmaker, and Constance Jane Eliot Ferguson. In all that he writes of the period, O'Toole reveals his deep understanding of the absurd, both comic and chilling, and how he touches on the tragic - most notably in his studies of Hitler and the effect the Fuhrer has had on his life. O'Toole's memories lead readers in leaps through time as we read of his early years and the war, National Service in the Navy, his short-lived career as a cub reporter and the almost accidental audition at RADA that launched his career. Peter O'Toole was born in 1932. After working on provincial newspapers, serving in the Navy, and attending RADA, he made his professional acting debut in 1955 at the Theatre Royal, Bristol. A Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters, an honour awarded to him in 1989 by the Republic of France, Peter O'Toole lives in London.

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SiIеnt SiIеnt
A study if a Peter O'Toole admirer with appreciation for absolutely perfect diction. Mostly self-educated, O'Toole didn't miss a beat with words and could be somewhat tedious reading for one not hooked on words; could also be quite irreverent :/
Print is a bit small. Personally would rather have this on audio book and let the author read it, but that was not listed as an option.
Such a talent and O'so wild, apparently his "Daddy" was a teacher who left a strong impression on his son who adored the father.
O'Toole apologized for nothing (at least that I know of) ~ well, sort of; he said of this writing he hoped he had not been cursory with regard his mother as he wrote so very much of his father and dedicated the book to father.
Budar Budar
O'Toole is "lyrical" with his prose! I was surprised... but I shouldn't have been. RIP, best actor of all time.
Redfury Redfury
The best autobiographies are written by those who know how to use language and who aren't afraid to tell unflattering stories about themselves. As you might expect, O'Toole has a life worth telling.
Viashal Viashal
I love anything Peter O'Toole, so this is great.
Whitesmasher Whitesmasher
It is really something for a legendary actor to have such talents; he is an author too! Anyway, the book is very well written, interesting and informative about Peter's life as "The Child". I hadn't read it before because I was worried about being disappointed; after all I've put Peter O'Toole on such a high pedestal for so long that I didn't know what to expect! Guess I'm gravitating towards "The Apprentice" now. But, I must admit that I can't wait for the third one (maybe "The Adult" ?!?) and the great film career. Can't wait for all the info about Lawrence. One of the greatest (if not the greatest, which I think) performances in film history - and he was only 28-29 when it filmed. Wow!
p.s. Just my feelings: as far as that so-called "Academy" goes, noone can even count all of the rotten mistakes they've made and continue to make; they are and always have been a bunch of mean, stupid jerks.
Winasana Winasana
not finished yet but good so far...
Welen Welen
Great reading!
Almost stream of consciousness but rewarding bits if you hang in.
His memories of 'Rogue Male' encouraged me to buy one of the
best page turners I've read in years.