Then Again

Diane Keaton

An intimate memoir by one of America’s most acclaimed and
beloved actresses.

From the woman know to millions as Annie Hall, Then Again is the fascinating story of an actress’s rise to fame, of her relationships with brilliant talents such as Woody Allen and Al Pacino, and her struggle with bulimia. But it is also an account of her family, a lively group of siblings growing up on the West coast in the 1960s, and above all of her mother, Dorothy Hall – a woman restless with intellectual and creative energy, struggling to find an output for her talents.

A brilliant insight into the life of a legendary actress, Then Again is also an unforgettable memoir of family, dreams, and the bonds that tie us to those we love the most.

Reviews of Then Again

    • ‘A brilliant memoir … What an exceptionally tender book’ The Times
    • ‘Fans will relish her accounts of relationships with Woody Allen, Al Pacino and Warren Beatty. The anecdotes are excellent, and the self-modesty not false’ Mark Sanderson, Sunday Telegraph, Books of the Year
    • ‘Just what we wanted from the Annie Hall star, an autobiography as quirky, funny and mannered as her best-known roles’ Nigel Andrews, Financial Times, Books of the Year
    • ‘Beautifully written’ Women’s Own

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