Tears of Battle: An Animal Rights Memoir

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Price
$24.99
Publisher
Arcade Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
200
Dimensions
5.7 X 8.4 X 1.0 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781948924023

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About the Author

Brigitte Bardot starred in her first role in Crazy for Love in 1952, and gained international recognition for her role in the 1957 film And God Created Woman. Retiring from film at the age of thirty-nine in 1973, she has since dedicated her life to campaigning for the protection of animals through her foundation. She currently lives in France.

Reviews

"One of the first megastars to speak up about the importance of helping animals."--Ingrid Newkirk, President, PETA

"A sincere, moving, true book. "-- Franz-Oliver Geisbert, journalist for La Provence (France)

"Unapologetic. . . . An impassioned plea for humanity to evolve toward what the author describes as 'one of its greatest qualities: mercy.'" --Kirkus Reviews

"A critical commentary regarding the justifications for the domination [of animals] in contemporary society." --Livres Hebdo

"The star who gave up her career to fight against abuse. . . . a myth and a social phenomenon." -- Paris Match

"Tears of Battle is a tender adagio of attrition which nevertheless emanates a force that wavers towards the future." --Nice-Matin

"In her new book . . . the icon of French cinema Brigitte Bardot tells of her fight for the animals, who 'saved' her from the dizziness of the lime-lights, and pleads for 'a common future' for all living things."-- Agence France Presse

"The most famous actress of French cinema . . . on what was the great fight of her life." -- Le Monde

"A rebel . . . that age has not calmed." --L'Express, Best Book Sales in France

"In Tears of Battle, [Bardot] reveals as never before her fights which caused a sensation." -- La Provence

"At once very honest, modest, and full of sincerity. It is an essential book." -- Le Petit Journal

"Brigitte Bardot shares with us some great moments of her life as an independent woman. In Tears of Battle, she explores her own animal nature that made her revolt against animal cruelty." -- Femitude

"Uncompromising." -- ICI Paris

"A captivating testimony. . . . This book gives a closer look at the life of B.B., not the star adulated, but the other: the lover, the protector of animals, she who works tirelessly so that wherever they are on earth, these sentient beings are a little better treated." --Tele Star Jeux

"A fascinating, balanced memoir. . . . These confessions have the force of the upmost frankness." --L'Abeille 54

"For the first time, B. B. explores her wild, gentle, and ferocious nature, explaining the inspirations behind the choices that marked her life. Instinctive, free, and moving, she goes back on her experience as a star, her daily life in contact with her animal companions, and her struggle on their behalf. . . . At 83, she's shedding tears from her battles and wondered about the impact her nearly half-a-century of activism has had."--L'info-journal, Fondation Brigitte Bardot

"She was a sex symbol, a legend, an epic personality . . . [and] a woman of heart, mobilized daily for our animals. And that's not cinema."--Midi Libre