Chapters from an Autobiography PDF/EPUB ¸ Chapters


  • Paperback
  • 147 pages
  • Chapters from an Autobiography
  • Samuel M. Steward
  • 15 March 2016
  • 9780912516608

1 thoughts on “Chapters from an Autobiography

  1. Raymond Raymond says:

    Having read Dustin Springs biography 'Secret Historian' this book is a perfect completion considering Stewards own views and thoughtsSurprisingly it reveals that SM Steward must have had a far sentient nature than one could assume regarding Spring's approachAt it's climax when Steward considering himself unable for a love based realtionship throughout his entire life makes good this loss by concentrating all his love on a little Dachshund dog for which he had been coincidentally chosen to take care ofCompared with Spring's view Chapters from an Autobiography is far touching though it contains but little extracts of his eventful life bearing a vanguard role


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Chapters from an Autobiography✻ [BOOKS] ✯ Chapters from an Autobiography By Samuel M. Steward ❅ – Thomashillier.co.uk Here Samuel Steward retraces many of the twists and turns his amazing life has followed He grew up in small town Ohio in the early years of the century became a college professor in Chicago and travel Here Samuel Steward retraces many of the twists and turns his amazing life has followed He grew up in small Chapters from eBook Ë town Ohio in the early years of the century became a college professor in Chicago and traveled to Europe to meet famous writers He knew Lord Alfred Douglas André Gide Thomas Mann and Thornton Wilder Best of all he describes his long friendship with Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas and his visits to them in Bilignin and Paris His next metamorphosis was as 'Phil Sparrow' tattoo artist and 'unofficial collaborator' with Dr Alfred Kinsey Concurrently he became 'Phil Andros' narrator of the gamey adventures of a well endowed hustler through six novels and many short stories Now he looks back over his several careers recalls in memory his favorite lovers and counsels the cultivation of detachment.