The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn, Fine Art As Way of Life is a memoir by Maryann DiEdwardo

Review by Kathryn Price Book Editor for Women's Radio
"An analysis of dramatic art applies to all aspects of the production and clearly formulates a doctrine or paradigm for education of students in stage history. The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn, Fine Art As A Way of Life coordinates research by the author...refers to the past accomplishments of the late great actress Katharine Hepburn, recounts the life the author as she pursues the study of fine arts in order to follow a new paradigm for the study of stage history as an academic subject, lists research libraries and online resources, and paves a new method for education of the masses. Interestingly, the speech by Jacques acts as an outline for the legacy defined in this work as our remembrances, recollections, as well as application of past accomplishments of the great actress Katharine Hepburn, which are recounted with added personal anecdotes to create a new work that stimulates the reader to action based on following the legacy for future generations" (Kathryn Price).
Maryann Pasda DiEdwardo is the author of the work The Legacy of Katharine Hepburn, Fine Art As A Way of Life.

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