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Diaries Sir Roy Strong

Diaries By Sir Roy Strong

Diaries by Sir Roy Strong

Condition - Very Good
5 in stock


An autobiographical account of the professional life of Roy Strong, written in diary form. The author covers his experiences as the Director of the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum as well as his more recent ventures as a broadcaster, writer, historian and garden expert.

Diaries Summary

Diaries: 1967-87 by Sir Roy Strong

For over three decades Roy Sstrong has teased, tantalised, amused and sometimes enraged the British public, firstly in his capacity as the Director of two great cultural institutions, the National Portrait Gallery and Victoria and Albert Museum, and more recently as a broadcaster, writer, garden expert and historian. Provocative on the issues of running a cash-starved museum, above all the diaries are a wonderfully entertaining chronicle of an age and some of its most memorable celebrities.

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Diaries: 1967-87 by Sir Roy Strong
Used - Very Good
Orion Publishing Co
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