Then Again by Diane Keaton

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Diane Keaton's memoir is far from being a Hollywood tell-all. While she does talk about certain films and boyfriends (Annie Hall and Woody Allen, Reds and Warren Beatty, The Godfather trilogy and Al Pacino), the heart of the story is her mother and Alzheimer's, her decision to adopt at age 50 and her lifelong struggle with self-confidence. Portions of her mother's 85 journals are juxtaposed with Diane's own story, and the book includes photos of Diane and family, as well as scanned images from her mother's journals. Fans of Keaton will like the book, but anyone, particularly women, who've love, lost and /or felt less than pretty, will find this book charming. Check Our Catalog


I borrowed Then Again and really enjoyed it. Diane Keaton is quite an amazing lady and even more of an inspiration to me after seeing deeper into her life. So glad the library has such a wonderful selection!

Lisa Johnson

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