A Short Walk from Harrods is the sixth volume of Dirk Bogarde's autobiography. In it, he pays tribute to the corner of Provence that was his home for over two decades, analyzes his sense of loss at 67 after the death of his life partner, and discusses coming to terms with living alone in London.
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Where does A Short Walk from Harrods rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
I felt as though I was sitting in a comfortable room sipping on a gin and tonic listening to Dirk telling me about his everyday and very extraordinary life.
What other book might you compare A Short Walk from Harrods to and why?
Alec Guinness "Blessings In Disguies" for the insight into a very interesting life
What does Dirk Bogarde bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
His narrative and passion
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Part fact part fiction, this is an unabridged overview of the last 30 years of Bogarde's life. He was, and remains, inscrutible. One never knows what is fact and what is fiction. One Hopes others in this series shall be released.
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