Then Again

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Product Details

Price
$18.00
Publisher
Random House Trade
Publish Date
Pages
303
Dimensions
5.8 X 8.2 X 1.1 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780812980950

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About the Author

Diane Keaton has starred in some of the most memorable movies of the past forty years, including the Godfather trilogy, Annie Hall, Manhattan, Reds, Baby Boom, The First Wives Club, and Something's Gotta Give. Her many awards include the Golden Globe and the Academy Award. Keaton lives with her daughter and son in Los Angeles.

Reviews

"For anyone looking to join one woman's--albeit a famous woman's--touching and funny journey into the vortex that is the parent-child relationship, Then Again features an especially honest tour guide."--USA Today

"[A] rich and ruminative autobiographical journey."--The New York Times Book Review (Editor's Choice)

"Although peek-behind-the-curtain moments are delicious--Woody Allen! Warren Beatty! Jack Nicholson! . . . this is a [memoir] about a mother and a daughter, with insights and confessions and lessons to which all readers can relate."--The Wall Street Journal

"Both heartbreaking and joyful, [Then Again] covers the gamut of life experiences facing all women."--Chicago Sun-Times

"A poem about women living in one another's not uncomplicated memories. . . . Part of what makes Diane Keaton's memoir, Then Again, truly amazing is that she does away with the star's 'me' and replaces it with a daughter's 'I.' "--Hilton Als, The New Yorker

"This book feels like Diane Keaton. Which means it's lovable."--Entertainment Weekly

"As warm, funny, and self-deprecating as Keaton's onscreen persona--[Then Again] traces a profound dramatic arc: that of a young woman coming into her own as an artist, and of a daughter becoming a mother."--Vogue

"Then Again reads like the diary of an ordinary woman who suddenly became a movie star, who doesn't quite believe any of it happened, but it did."--Los Angeles Times