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January 18, 2017 — “In My Library: Bryce Dallas Howard“
Here’s what’s in her library:
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
A boy named Santiago has a dream about a treasure hidden in the Egyptian pyramids, and journeys to find it. It’s almost like Siddhartha’s journey, as he grows and learns lessons and falls in love and ultimately comes back to where he began, where the treasure was all along. This was the first book I bought multiple copies of. I gave one to my father for Christmas. He loved it!
Unsubscribe by Jocelyn K. Glei
This is basically a self-help book that helps you manage your addiction to e-mail. It’s stupid: If I hear from someone I care about, I angst about my e-mail back and not answer, but I’ll answer a stranger promptly! I’m always apologizing. This book helped show me you can really just say no.
The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin
This is a fictional but heavily researched account of the most powerful and glamorous society women in New York in the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s, women like Babe Paley, who were great friends with Truman Capote before he betrayed them. I heard about the swans as a teenager and became obsessed with them. I’ve optioned the book and want to turn it into a miniseries.
Just Kids by Patti Smith
Smith’s memoir is largely about her friendship with Robert Mapplethorpe, which started when they were teenagers in New York. My late teens were spent downtown with friends, and we went through a lot of ups and downs. This book is heartbreaking, warming and honest.
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