By Terence Stamp
During this 3rd quantity of his acclaimed autobiography, actor Terence Stamp relives his studies within the Sixties, a decade recognized for its explosion of intercourse, medications and rock and roll. His stories contain blending with stars and Hollywood administrators, and assembly Jean Shrimpton, the lady of his desires.
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