Book by Mamet David
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Temporarily putting aside his role as playwright, director, and screen-writer, David Mamet digs deep and delivers thirty outrageously diverse vignettes. On subjects ranging from the vanishing American pool hall, family vacations, and the art of being a bitch, to the role of today's actor, his celebrated contemporaries and predecessors, and his undying commitment to the theater, David Mamet's concise style, lean dialogue, and gut-wrenching honesty give us a unique view of the world as he sees it.Críticas:
"Essays in direct line from Stanislavsky, Chekhov, Shaw, and Brecht"
"Writing in Restaurants is rich with anecdotes . . . composed in precise mellifluous language."
The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Passion, clarity, commitment, intelligencejust what one would expect from Mamet"
"Graceful, forceful, hortatory essays of a profoundly moral writer of our time"
Richard Christiansen, Chicago Tribune
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