The Lonely Life an Autobiography Author:Bette Davis She needs no introduction. — She does not regret one enemy she made during her career. She finds them a prime requisite for success. — The Yankee in her is appalled by her many marriages. She has finally concluded that she never should have tried marriage at all. — She proved that you can have a career and remain honest-if you are willing to pay th... more »e price of personal loneliness.
She adores men but, living in a state of permanent rapture, she feels she exhausts them as husbands.
She adores her three children and being a mother is her favorite role.
Her career is Hollywood history and in this book she generously shares the hard-earned knowledge of her craft.
She discusses her famous roles and her approach to acting. She illuminates her world with humor, vitality and lethal frankness.
The Lonely Life proves conclusively that the legendary image of Bette Davis is not a fable but a marvelous reality.« less