Untold Stories: Part 1: Stories (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 0563504471 / Author: Alan Bennett / Genre: Biography / "Untold Stories", Alan Bennett's first major collection of prose since his bestselling "Writing Home", brings together the finest and funniest of his writing over the last ten years. Two recordings feature selected ... more
Untold Stories: Part 1: Stories (Audio CD) ... material from "Untold Stories": Part 1: Stories contains the title piece, and Part 2: The Diaries (also available from BBC Audio) covers Alan Bennett's much-celebrated diaries for 1997--2004. Part 1: Stories "Untold Stories" is a poignant family memoir recalling the marriage of Alan's parents, the lives and deaths of his aunts and the uncovering of a long-held family secret. At times heartrending, and at others extremely funny, "Untold Stories" is a matchless and unforgettable journey into Alan Bennett's past.
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