It’s a story with enough glamour, intrigue, romance, and heartbreak for a dozen Broadway musicals, but every word of it is true. The Memory of All That is Katharine Weber’s memoir of her remarkable, maddening, fascinating family – from her father, a philandering filmmaker, to her influential Warburg relations. At the heart of the story is Katharine’s grandmother, Kay Swift, an accomplished musician, composer and author, and George Gershwin’s long-time friend and lover.
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- Read an excerpt from The Memory of All That.
- Can’t We Be Friends? The Sly, Sublime Writings of Katharine Weber at Litkicks.com.
- A Week of Entertainment: Kindle Books Reviewed in Entertainment Weekly’s July 22nd Issue (kindlereader.blogspot.com)