Sunday's Children

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Arcade Publishing
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4.9 X 7.4 X 0.5 inches | 0.45 pounds

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About the Author
Ingmar Bergman is recognized as a giant of the cinema and stage, and was an influential director, writer, and producer. He is known for such classic films as The Seventh Seal, Wild Strawberries, Persona, Cries and Whispers, and Fanny and Alexander. Sunday's Children is the second book in a trilogy that started with The Best Intentions and closes with Private Confessions, also published by Arcade. He dies in 2007 in Sweden.
A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year

"Elegant, honest, and emotionally brutal. . . . A perfectly shaped treasure that stands among the finest work of Mr. Bergman's career."--New York Times

"Because every line is saturated with juice, with the sense of life, you feel, in addition to life as it is, life as it ought to be."--New York Times Book Review

"In words, as in cinematic images, Bergman shapes settings and characters that immediately come alive and subtly express the depths of human emotions and experience."--Houston Chronicle

"A Nobel for Ingmar? He deserves one many times over."--Kirkus Reviews

Praise for Ingmar Bergman's Private Confessions

"As psychologically intricate and harshly personal as his movies."--San Francisco Chronicle

"Confessions is a searing drama of adultery, secrets, lies, and lifelong guilt."--Chicago Tribune

"A vibrant and moving addition to what begins to look more and more like a great work in progress."--Kirkus Reviews

"A dark gem of a novel, set in resonant prose as elegant as a classical sonata."--Publishers Weekly.

Praise for Ingmar Bergman's The Best Intentions

"Lush and devastating at once."--New York Times Book Review

"The closest thing imaginable to a Bergman film without pictures or sound."--New York Times

"A saga of great warmth and emotional rage . . . full of deep anguish, great passion, and stunning honesty."--Toledo Blade