Book Review: Ingrid Bergman, My Story (1981)

Three Enchanting Ladies

I might have taken forever to read Ingrid Bergman’s biography, but that’s not because I didn’t like it. Oh no, ar from it! Actually, I don’t think I have anything bad to say about it. Reading it was pure delight. This book is GOLD.

I finished this book last autumn.

This wasn’t the first Ingrid Bergman’s biography I was reading. I had already read a biography by Bertrand Meyer-Stabler, La véritable Ingrid Bergman, a book originally published in French. It’s a book I also highly recommend. It was written with respect and provide good, completed and well-detailed information. However, I’m not sure if it has been published in English.

I was made aware of this autobiography by my friend from Budapest who is also a fan of the Swedish actress. I was glad to find a copy late during the summer when I was at Montreal’s National Library. The…

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