Me and Orson Welles by Robert Kaplow
The book was actually really interesting. It started off slowly, and had some dull moments, but it had some informative moments about Broadway and playwrites in the late ’30s and throughout the depression. It was confusing at times as a lot of the book was centred around the play Julius Ceaser, which I do not know particulary well, although it was still readable. The book picked up a bit in the middle, and there were some characters that you didn’t know whether to hate or love, and some characters that could have had more description, but it was written with feeling, and displayed Richard’s emotions really well. I am definitely going to watch the movie now and compare.
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