1. What did Charles intend for the first paragraph of his writing in the book?
Charles intended the first paragraph of his writing to be a part of his memoirs.
2. Why did Charles stop writing his memoirs, according to his own admission?
Charles stopped writing his own memoirs because something frightening happened and he couldn't bring himself to write about it.
3. How does Charles introduce himself to the reader in terms of his profession and achievements?
Charles is a retired, but formally successful man of the British theater, and actor, playwright, and a director, most notably.
4. What does Charles say about the situation in which he has placed himself as he is writing?
Charles says that he has put himself into a situation in which he has nothing else to do but to learn to be good.
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