Must You Go?

Paperback $16.00

Oct 04, 2011 | 384 Pages

Hardcover $28.95

Nov 02, 2010 | 336 Pages

Ebook $13.99

Nov 02, 2010 | 336 Pages

  • Paperback $16.00

    Oct 04, 2011 | 384 Pages

  • Hardcover $28.95

    Nov 02, 2010 | 336 Pages

  • Ebook $13.99

    Nov 02, 2010 | 336 Pages

Praise

“Bold, intimate. . . . A deliciously detailed account of living in the thick of creativity and fame.” –Entertainment Weekly, A

“Fond and affecting. . . . . Full of glowing fragments. . . . There’s hardly a dull page.” –The New York Times

“[An] extremely interesting book. . . . Wit the publication of this enchanting memoir, she has more than discharged her loving obligation to this distinguished man.” –The Washington Post

“Entertaining and ultimately touching in its determination to recapture lost time, to portray a younger, more carefree self and to bring back a lost loved one, if only on the page.” —Francine Prose, The New York Times Book Review
 
“A stirring celebration of what Fraser, reflecting near the end of Pinter’s life, observed as a union ‘to the infinite degree happy beyond all possible expectations.’” —The New Yorker
 
“Fond and touching. . . . A crisp, clear-eyed portrait of a shared life of creative work, political activism, wide-ranging travels, family. . . . Theirs was a fine romance, and Fraser shares that with us.” —The Seattle Times
 
“Extraordinary by any standards. . . . It is simultaneously a love story, an intimate portrait of a great writer and an exercise in self-revelation.” —The Guardian (UK)
 
“Immediate and absorbing. . . . In creating such a finely wrought picture of a man who was both one of the great playwrights of the 20th century and the love of her life, she deploys her own talents.” —San Francisco Chronicle
 
“It takes a daring biographer to turn her sharp eye on her own life as Antonia Fraser does so movingly and beautifully in her memoir.” —Tina Brown, The Daily Beast
 
“Romantic, poignant and very funny.” —The Times (London)
 
“Rises above arty, upper-crust gossip, elevated largely by Fraser’s observational skills.” —Plain Dealer
 
“A sweet look at a limelit marriage that offers insight even as it opens a revealing window. . . . An extraordinary look into one rich love.” —Philadelphia Inquirer
 
“[Written] with exemplary clarity and courage. . . . Fraser keeps her gaze steady and her heart open.” —The Independent (London)
 
“Moving. . . . A remarkably frank and tender record of a fulfilling and creative life lovingly shared.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch
 
“Heartfelt. . . . An engrossing, anecdote-rich feat for theater lovers whose tastes extend beyond the glitter of Broadway.” —Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

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