Changing. Liv Ullmann.


New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. 1st US Edition. Octavo, publisher's black cloth, spine stamped in silver, upper board blindstamped, original photo-illustrated dust jacket.

"I want to write about love – about being a human – about loneliness – about being a woman. Legendary Norwegian actress and filmmaker Liv Ullmann's acclaimed autobiography, signed by her on the front free endpaper. Ullmann writes vividly about her working and personal relationship with filmmaker Ingmar Bergman; her daughter, writer Linn Ullman, and the difficulties her professional life created for her as a mother; the near-mirroring her practice as an actress had with her personal revelations about life; and her personal growth and development as an independent woman. Filled with anecdotes about growing up in Oslo, lovers, family, and Hollywood, Changing shows Ullman at her most vulnerable and most poised. Translated from the Norwegian by Ullmann, in collaboration with Gerry Bothmer and Erik Friis. Black-and-white photo of Ullmann on dust jacket by Victor Skrebinski. Originally published in Norway in 1976. Faint sunning to spine-ends; unclipped dust jacket with minor soiling creasing to spine-ends. Near fine. Item #1468


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