2 edition of Sarah Bernhardt. found in the catalog.
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Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Her younger--by 12 years--husband, Aristide Damala, was a Greek diplomat who died in , allegedly because of drugs and a generally vicious life. After his death she used to sign her own letters "Sarah Bernhardt, veuve Damala" ("widow Damala").
Sarah Bernhardt born Henriette-Rosine Bernard, 22 or 23 October - 26 March ) was a French stage actress who starred in some of the most popular French plays of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including La Dame Aux Camelias by Alexandre Dumas, Ruy Blas by Victor Hugo, Fédora and La Tosca by Victorien Sardou, and L'Aiglon by. Sarah Bernhardt (born Sara-Marie-Henriette Bernard, ) was the most famous actress of the late nineteenth century. Celebrated for her golden voice, for her use of the spiral as the building block for movement on the theatrical stage, for an innovative use of costume and jewellery, for her patronage emerging artists, and for the business acumen that saw her fast become a household name.
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"Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt" was an enlightening story about Sarah Bernhardt. After reading the book I can see whay people refer to "stop acting like Sarah Bernhardt".
Loved reading about her and her escapades. I definately would recommend this is a GREAT by: 4. "Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt" by Robert Gottlieb is the first book in Yale University Press' Jewish-Lives-series. That was the reason I took out on reading it, not really knowing who Sarah Bernhardt was/5.
Sarah Bernhardt has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings. Sarah Bernhardt’s most popular book is La Dame aux Camélias. Sarah Bernhardt (Octo Ma ) was a legendary French stage and early film actress, and has been referred to as "the most famous actress the world has ever known". Bernhardt made her fame on the stages of Europe in the s, and was soon in demand in /5.
At last, here is a definitive biography that does justice to the excess that was Sarah Bernhardt, the grand theatrical diva of all time. Lively and gossipy even as it draws on a mass of rare archival materials, The Divine Sarah gives us a charismatic superstar, the avid self-promoter, and the indefatig able femme fatale.
48 pages of photos.4/5. “Sarah Bernhardt was a woman of fearless strength and awe-inspiring talent, both a living icon in her day and an unapologetic iconoclast. In his beautiful The First Actress, C. Gortner gives readers an intimate and rich portrait of Bernhardt’s stunning career and tumultuous personal life.
The Divine Sarah was a singular leading lady ahead of her time, winning devotees and breaking rules Author: C. Gortner. My Double Life is the autobiography of the French actress Sarah Bernhardt, who was internationally famed during her lifetime and afterwards as one of the classical theater's all-time greatest stars.
Bernhardt's memoirs are composed with a novelist's (or actress's) sense of artistry and suspense that leaves no doubt of the charisma for which she Cited by: 6. Sarah Bernhardt self-aggrandizes with the kind of panache that one would expect from the great stage actress, but always does so with a sense of self-parody and never at the expense of others.
As an actress, I found myself identifying with Sarah a lot throughout the book /5. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Sarah Bernhardt (Bernhardt, Sarah, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Bernhardt, Sarah, The Idol of Paris (English edition, ) (Gutenberg text) Bernhardt, Sarah, My Double Life: The Memoirs of Sarah Bernhardt ( translation) (Gutenberg text) Help with reading books-- Report a.
SARAH BERNHARDT THE DIVINE AND DAZZLING LIFE OF THE WORLD'S FIRST SUPERSTAR by Catherine Reef ‧ RELEASE DATE: J A scintillating portrait of the stage legend. Reef brings to life for teen readers Bernhardt, a 19th-century icon and paragon of the French theater—and a single mother who went on to earn France’s highest recognition Author: Catherine Reef.
With a source list that comprises half the book and ranges from scholarly works and preserved scrapbooks to the most modern and "with it" comments (including "mansplaining") Ms Marcus, using Sarah Bernhardt as somewhat a paradigm, explores how public, media, and the celebrated interact to generate the phenomenon of celebrity, whereas others Cited by: 1.
Sarah Bernhardt (–) was an extraordinary performer, so much so that her name became synonymous with acting. Yet her importance extended beyond the world of theater—she was an icon of French nationalism, a target of both admiration and scorn, an artist and sculptor, and a trendsetting avatar of style.
The ten or so pages devoted to a description of Bernhardt's acting style will be instructive to the receptive theater t Taken together, this book and The Divine Sarah represent all that is known about Bernhardt until the next cache of letters is : Yale University Press.
"Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt" was an enlightening story about Sarah Bernhardt. After reading the book I can see whay people refer to "stop acting like Sarah Bernhardt". Loved reading about her and her escapades.
I definately would recommend this is a GREAT READ/5(25). InSarah Bernhardt wrote a letter to Jean Mounet-Sully, her lover and leading man, in which this great French actress and self-dramatist seemed, for once, to stop performing. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Simon Bacchi, Catherine.
Sarah Bernhardt. [Paris: S.E.D.A.G.], © Sarah Bernhardt, flamboyant French actress and expert self-mythologiser, was more than a match for today's celebrities, according to Robert Gottlieb's zippy accountAuthor: Olivia Laing. Get this from a library. Sarah: the life of Sarah Bernhardt.
[Robert Gottlieb] -- "In Sarah, Robert Gottlieb not only tracks her history as an actress but also demonstrates the extraordinary transformation of a courtesan into a heroine, a national icon, a symbol of France."--Cover.
A tantalizing biography for teens on Sarah Bernhardt, the first international celebrity and one of the greatest actors of all time, who lived a highly unconventional, utterly fascinating life. Illustrated with more than sixty-five photos of Bernhardt on stage, in film, and in real life.
The legendary actress, international superstar and shrewd self-promoter Sarah Bernhardt () was the “godmother of modern celebrity culture,” and is. Sarah Bernhardt, the greatest French actress of the later 19th century and one of the best-known figures in the history of the stage.
Bernhardt was the illegitimate daughter of Julie Bernard, a Dutch courtesan who had established herself in Paris (the identity of her father is uncertain). As the. Sarah Bernhardt's Dramatic Life, Onstage And Off.
Septem • In Sarah, Robert Gottlieb paints an elegant and engaging portrait worthy of ." No, madame," I answered ; " my name is Sarah Bernhardt." She stepped back and drawing herself up, her face very pale and her brows knitted, she said in a mournful voice, a voice that was scarcely audible, " I am the widow of President Lincoln."4/5(1).