Elsa Lanchester: Herself. St Martin's Press, 1983.
Vintage softcover. Some normal shelfwear; some corner creasing. No markings inside. Good condition.
Autobiography of Elsa Lanchester, British actress, widely known for her role in the “The Bride of Frankenstein”. From Good Reads: "Born to radical socialist parents, Elsa attended an all-boys school and later “studied” in Paris with dance pioneer Isadora Duncan. At 17, she opened her own theater, which was frequented by writers such as H. G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, and Evelyn Waugh.... Elsa Lanchester, Herself presents the story of a woman ahead of her time: independent, iconoclastic, liberated. It is the chronicle of a life filled with famous people (from Bertolt Brecht to Henry Fonda), and of a career that spanned almost seven decades. It is also a warm, truthful account of a very special marriage. Witty and wise, Elsa Lanchester’s account of her life and times is a delight."