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My Autobiography chapter 1 My Autobiography, meaning My Autobiography, genre My Autobiography, book cover My Autobiography, flies My Autobiography, My Autobiography 03f46c6036883 Chaplin S Heartfelt And Hilarious Autobiography Tells The Story Of His Childhood, The Challenge Of Identifying And Perfecting His Talent, His Subsequent Film Career And Worldwide Celebrity In This, One Of The Very First Celebrity Memoirs, Chaplin Displays All The Charms, Peculiarities And Deeply Held Beliefs That Made Him Such An Endearing And Lasting CharacterRe Issued As Part Of Melville House S Neversink Library, My Autobiography Offers Dedicated Chaplin Fans And Casual Admirers Alike An Astonishing Glimpse Into The The Heart And The Mind Of Hollywood S Original Genius MaverickTake This Unforgettable Journey With The Man George Bernard Shaw Called The Only Genius To Come Out Of The Movie Industry As He Moves From His Impoverished South London Childhood To The Heights Of Hollywood Wealth And Fame From The McCarthy Era Investigations To His Founding Of United Artists To His Reverse Migration Back To Europe, My Autobiography Is A Reading Experience Not To Be Missed


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    My Autobiography, Charlie ChaplinMy Autobiography is a book by Charlie Chaplin, first published by Simon Schuster in 1964 Along with Chaplin His Life and Art, it provided the source material for the 1992 feature film Chaplin It provides a revealing look into the life of a 20th century filmmaker and celebrity The Chicago Tribune said the book was The best autobiography ever written by an actor An astonishing work 1986 1364 635 1368 1371 1382 725 9643126463 1386 9789643126469 20


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    Funny, warm, and sad, like a Chaplin movie One of the great humanists of all time The great irony is that while he was being criticised for being behind the times for continuing to make silent films after everyone else had converted to sound, his anti Nazi socialist views were simply too ahead of his time for America, the country that accused him of being a communist and eventually kicked him out after he had given them so much The only minor criticisms of his autobiography are that he writes comparatively little about the making of some of his greatest films, and many of his cinematic contemporaries are only mentioned in passing, but then Chaplin himself says in the book that aside from Douglas Fairbanks he did not greatly socialise in actors circles, and this is after all the story of his life, not early Hollywood Major plus points would be the great detail with which he describes his working class South London upbringing, a fascinating look at the evolution of narrative film, and an eye opening first person account of the birth of super stardom A fantastic rags to riches story.


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