Monday, March 21, 2011

Lionel Logue: the King's mentor

Norman C Hutchinson has researched articles from newspapers in Australia and England for references to the life of Lionel Logue, the Australian who helped King George VI make speeches without stuttering. The book primarily concentrates on Logue's life in Australia before he and his wife settled in England.This short book reads as a list of events in Logue's life and also includes, in the second half, some of the texts used by Logue in his stage performances.

For those who have seen the film, The King's Speech and read the book of the same title by Mark Logue,- - this book provides additional information adding to the story of Lionel Logue.

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