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From the author of the bestselling "Dorothy Dandridge" comes a dazzling look at one of America's brightest and most troubled theatrical stars. Almost no other star of the twentieth century reimagined herself with such audacity and durable talent as did Ethel Waters. In this enlightening and engaging biography, Donald Bogle resurrects this astonishing woman from the annals of history, shedding new light on the tumultuous twists and turns of her seven-decade career, which began in Black vaudeville and reached new heights in the steamy nightclubs of 1920s Harlem. Bogle traces Waters' life from her poverty-stricken childhood to her rise in show business; her career as one of the early blues and pop singers, with such hits as "Am I Blue?," "Stormy Weather," and "Heat Wave"; her success as an actress, appearing in such films and plays as "The Member of the Wedding" and "Mamba's Daughters"; and through her lonely, painful final years. He illuminates Waters' turbulent private life, including her complicated feelings toward her mother and various lovers; her heated and sometimes well-known feuds with such entertainers as Josephine Baker, Billie Holiday, and Lena Horne; and her tangled relationships with such legends as Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, Harold Clurman, Elia Kazan, Count Basie, Darryl F. Zanuck, Vincente Minnelli, Fred Zinnemann, Moss Hart, and John Ford. In addition, Bogle explores the ongoing racial battles, growing paranoia, and midlife religious conversion of this bold, brash, wildly talented woman while examining the significance of her highly publicized life to audiences unaccustomed to the travails of a larger-than-life African American woman. Wonderfully atmospheric, richly detailed, and drawn from an array of candid interviews, Heat Wave vividly brings to life a major cultural figure of the twentieth century--a charismatic, complex, and compelling woman, both tragic and triumphant. Heat Wave: The Life and Career of Ethel Waters Bogle, Donald, Harper

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From the author of the bestselling Dorothy Dandridge comes a dazzling look at one of America´s brightest and most troubled theatrical stars.Almost no other star of the twentieth century reimagined herself with such audacity and durable talent as did Ethel Waters. In this enlightening and engaging biography, Donald Bogle resurrects this astonishing woman from the annals of history, shedding new light on the tumultuous twists and turns of her seven-decade career, which began in Black vaudeville and reached new heights in the steamy nightclubs of 1920s Harlem. Bogle traces Waters´ life from her poverty-stricken childhood to her rise in show business; her career as one of the early blues and pop singers, with such hits as ´´Am I Blue?,´´ ´´Stormy Weather,´´ and ´´Heat Wave´´; her success as an actress, appearing in such films and plays as The Member of the Wedding and Mamba´s Daughters; and through her lonely, painful final years. He illuminates Waters´ turbulent private life, including her complicated feelings toward her mother and various lovers; her heated and sometimes well-known feuds with such entertainers as Josephine Baker, Billie Holiday, and Lena Horne; and her tangled relationships with such legends as Irving Berlin, Duke Ellington, Harold Clurman, Elia Kazan, Count Basie, Darryl F. Zanuck, Vincente Minnelli, Fred Zinnemann, Moss Hart, and John Ford.In addition, Bogle explores the ongoing racial battles, growing paranoia, and midlife religious conversion of this bold, brash, wildly talented woman while examining the significance of her highly publicized life to audiences unaccustomed to the travails of a larger-than-life African American woman.Wonderfully atmospheric, richly detailed, and drawn from an array of candid interviews, Heat Wave vividly brings to life a major cultural figure of the twentieth centurya charismatic, complex, and compelling woman, both tragic and triumphant. The Life and Career of Ethel Waters Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, HarperCollins

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Heat Wave: The Life and Career of Ethel Waters
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Bogle, Donald

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Heat Wave: The Life and Career of Ethel Waters

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9780061241734

From the author of the bestselling biography "Dorothy Dandridge" comes a dazzling reexamination of one of America's brightest, most troubled film and theater stars.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780061241734
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0061241733
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2011
Herausgeber: HARPER COLLINS
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Gewicht: 0,839 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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