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Abi Morgan on This Is Not A Pity Memoir.
Abi Morgan on This Is Not A Pity Memoir.

EP 043

June 14, 2022

Abi Morgan on This Is Not A Pity Memoir.

Show Notes:

This week on the podcast, Angela talks to Abi Morgan, BAFTA and Emmy award-winning playwright and screenwriter best known for The Iron Lady, Shame, The Invisible Woman and Suffragette. Most recently, she's also created the hit series The Split.

Now, Abi has released 'This Is Not A Pity Memoir,' and it's all about what happens when the person you love most no longer recognizes you.

Angie and Abi talk about the extraordinary, traumatic, and funny moments of her harrowing memoir. They touch upon the glimmers of hope that got Abi through, and how writing this book helped her hold onto her identity, and her relationship with Jacob.

This Is Not a Pity Memoir

by Abi Morgan

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What happens when your partner of twenty years suddenly believes you're nothing but a stranger?

What do you do when your history together is gone?

How do you prove you're not an imposter in your own life?

When the partner of Emmy Award-winning screenwriter Abi Morgan abruptly collapsed from a mysterious illness, doctors were concerned that he would not survive. Then, six months later, Jacob woke from his coma, to the delight and relief of his family and friends--except this proved to be anything but a Hollywood ending. Because to Jacob, the woman standing at his bedside, who had cared for him all these months, was not his partner. Not his children's mother. Not the woman he loved. Sure, she looked like his Abi, but this was an imposter, living someone else's life.

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What happens when your partner of twenty years suddenly believes you're nothing but a stranger?

What do you do when your history together is gone?

How do you prove you're not an imposter in your own life?

When the partner of Emmy Award-winning screenwriter Abi Morgan abruptly collapsed from a mysterious illness, doctors were concerned that he would not survive. Then, six months later, Jacob woke from his coma, to the delight and relief of his family and friends--except this proved to be anything but a Hollywood ending. Because to Jacob, the woman standing at his bedside, who had cared for him all these months, was not his partner. Not his children's mother. Not the woman he loved. Sure, she looked like his Abi, but this was an imposter, living someone else's life.

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