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My sense of place becomes a part of who I am and has been formed by the meaning in my life. Sometimes what constitutes the meaning does not occur to me for days, months or even years later. And this changes over tim. y sense of plac. art 2. The time had come. It was something we had never discussed. Time gets scarcer as responsibilities set in. But the cottage was always there, the common ground, a sense of place. There is no time when you are at the cottage by the sea. Once the door is unlocked, the key goes back on the hook and is not locked again until departure. Although I know I am always meant to be near water, this was a gift from our father before I could choose it for myself. Now this place, it is in my blood, although the differences are vast. The creator of my memories at the sea is no longer a physical presence and this place is filled with a new sense of reality.
Start by marking Ruth Gordon, an Open Book as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. As well as writing plays, film scripts, and books, Ruth Gordon was an actress of stage and screen. She is perhaps best known for her return to acting later in her career with memorable roles in films such as Rosemary's Baby (1968) and Harold and Maude (1971). She was married to Garson Kanin, with whom she wrote several screenplays.
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Birth Name: Ruth Gordon Jones. Date of Birth: October 30, 1896. Place of Birth: Quincy, Norfolk, Massachusetts, . Date of Death: August 28, 1985. Place of Death: Edgartown, Massachusetts, . Ethnicity: English, small amounts of German and French, 1/128th African. Ruth Gordon was an American actress, screenwriter, and playwright. She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Rosemary’s Baby (1968). Ruth was the daughter of Annie Tapley (Ziegler/Zeigler) and Clinton Jones, a factory foreman and ship captain. Ruth was married to actor Gregory Kelly, until his death, and to writer and director Garson Kanin, until her death. She had a son with producer Jed Harris. Ruth’s paternal grandfather was John J. Jones (the son of John Jones). Ruth’s paternal grandmother was Olive Rogers (the daughter of Timothy Rogers and Reliance Cobb).
This page is in honor of Ruth Gordon and her memory and introduce her to younger generations who missed out on this legend. There was a kind of forgiving thing about it, in a sense of lawlessness and it was alright lawlessness. But in the 20s, lawlessness was prohibition. You see, anybody couldn’t go into a bar; anybody couldn’t go into a hotel. You could not get anything to drink, so everybody broke the rules. And you were having martinis in a coffee cup and a scotch and soda in a tea cup. In private clubs, yes.
Ruth Gordon was a treasure. Her books are so full of quirky fun stories and introspection. A very unique point of view from someone with a lust for life and the arts. Ruth Gordon was a noted playwright -she co-wrote "Adams Rib" which became a Katherine Hepburn Spencer Tracy movie-, and actress -she starred as Maud in "Harold and Maud" the only movie about a passionate affair between an 80-year old woman and a 20-year old man. Nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe. You get the idea: she was a big deal and for a long time. She was smart too. She was a remarkable woman in her personal life and this book reveals what it was like subjectively to live her life.
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