Love is where it Falls: An Account of a Passionate Friendship

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Penguin, 2000 - Actors - 214 pages
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When Simon Callow first met Peggy Ramsay he could hardly have suspected that his encounter with the play agent would blossom into passionate love. There was the age difference for one thing: Callow was barely 30, Peggy was in her seventies. And then there was Aziz, the handsome but mercurial Egyptian with whom Callow was already deeply in love.

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In reviews I read of this book (I'd been hearing about it for a few years) some thought that Callow was exploiting his relationship with Playwright Agent Peggy Ramsay, but that's not how I felt when ... Read full review

Love is where it falls: the story of a passionate friendship

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The rarified world of the British theater is effectively evoked in veteran actor Callow's memoir of the legendary literary agent Margaret Ramsay. Based on a collection of love letters, the book hinges ... Read full review


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