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July 15, 1986|CHARLES CHAMPLIN | Compiled by Terry Atkinson

"Dame Judith Anderson Reading Her Favorite Passages From the Holy Bible." Books for Pleasure. Famous as Medea, Lady Macbeth and Mrs. Danvers of "Rebecca," Dame Judith, now 88, brings a commanding clarity, dignity and unforced eloquence to her renderings of the 23rd Psalm and other familiar excerpts from the King James Version (minus the archaic endings) of both Old and New Testament. James E. Smith, on organ and harpsichord, spaces the readings with Bach. For the audience at which it is aimed, recitation at its best. 1/2

FOR THE RECORD
Los Angeles Times Thursday July 17, 1986 Home Edition Calendar Part 6 Page 7 Column 1 Entertainment Desk 1 inches; 25 words Type of Material: Correction
The audiocassette of Dame Judith Anderson reading from the Bible, reviewed Tuesday in Home Tech, should have been credited to Books for Listening (Box 3109, Los Angeles, 90078).

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