Jennifer Louise Bryant
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In the 1982 Academy Award winner Reds, American journalist and revolutionary John Reed (Warren Beatty), who journeys to Russia to document the Bolshevik Revolution, tells fellow activist Louise Bryant
(Diane Keaton) passionately: "The place to be now is Russia." Some moments and images just won't fade away from your memories.
Avec son ?pouse, Louise Bryant
, ?crivaine et f?ministe, il arrive ?
While one might prefer more familiarity with Nadya's inner thoughts, a scene with the American journalist, Louise Bryant
, shows how wrong that impulse would be.
, of Gordon Street, Earlsdon, grew up with her cousin Shelly Langford and the pair were inseparable.
Barnes, and Neith Boyce; and people who achieved their reputations in the world through activism as well as writing, such as Mary Heaton Vorse, John Reed, and Louise Bryant
Vincent Millay are represented, along with less known writers including Neith Boyce and Louise Bryant
. An introduction surveys the role of 20th century women playwrights in American theater history, and paints a portrait of Provincetown as a bohemian enclave of the era and the movers and shakers of its artistic society.
Originally Reds was called "The Jack Reed and Louise Bryant
Story." I would say their relationship reflected the politics of the movie.
The four-times-married Bullitt Biddle was the daughter of the first American ambassador to the Soviet Union, William C Bullitt, and radical journalist Louise Bryant
, the model for the part played by Diane Keaton in Warren Beatty's Oscar-winning film of 1981, Reds.
Rose Morgan, for instance, is Louise Bryant
, the celebrated journalist who reported from Russia on the Bolshevik revolution, interviewing Lenin and Trotsky.
Smoller also provides extensive notes and, best of all, a key for decoding this memoir a clef, where the names are changed but the characters shine through: Hemingway, Djuna Barnes, Ford Madox Ford, Peggy Guggenheim, Kay Boyle, and Louise Bryant
, among others.
On to the revolution, and John Reed and his companion, Louise Bryant
, the three Associated Press reporters fighting censors, and all the others seeking to report the historic events.