|Pages/Publication Date:||432 / 1996|
With characteristic gusto, Katharine Hepburn reflects here on the events, people, and places that have shaped her life—her close family and happy childhood, her early days in New York, and her political activism. She talks about the ups and downs of her career, her love for Spencer Tracy, and her collaborations with many of the leading actors, directors, and producers of the 20th century. Illustrated with 165 photographs from family archives, this New York Times Notable Book is an unforgettable portrait of Hepburn's own Hepburn.
"It is the understanding heart revealed just before the final curtain that makes us fall in love with Katharine Hepburn."—NYTBR"