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With striking intimacy and candor, Eric Clapton tells the story of his eventful and inspiring life in this poignant and honest autobiography. More than a rock star. Eric Clapton is far more than a rock ppti.info Dylan and McCartney, he is an icon and a living legend. He has sold tens of millions of records. Book Descriptions: Eric Clapton is recognized as the most accomplished and influential guitarist in the history of rock. He is a sixteen-time.

Rose and Jack protected her, and I was born secretly in the upstairs back bedroom of their house on March 30, As soon as it was practical, when I was in my second year, Pat left Ripley, and my grandparents brought me up as their own child.

I was named Eric, but Ric was what they all called me. Photographs of her as a young woman show her to have been very pretty, quite the beauty among her sisters. But at some point at the outset of the war, when she had just turned thirty, she underwent surgery for a serious problem with her palate. During the operation there was a power cut that resulted in the surgery having to be abandoned, leaving her with a massive scar underneath her left cheekbone that gave the impression that a piece of her cheek had been hollowed out.

This left her with a certain amount of self-consciousness. She was the focus of my life for much of my upbringing. Jack, her second husband and the love of her life, was four years younger than Rose.

A shy, handsome man, over six feet tall with strong features and very well built, he had a look of Lee Marvin about him and used to smoke his own roll—ups, made from a strong, dark tobacco called Black Beauty. He was authoritarian, as fathers were in those days, but he was kind, and very affectionate to me in his way, especially in my infant years.

Perhaps it was considered a sign of weakness. Jack made his living as a master plasterer, working for a local building contractor. He was a master carpenter and a master bricklayer, too, so he could actually build an entire house on his own. When I was older I used to do holiday jobs there, sticking on labels and helping with deliveries, to earn pocket money.

Ripley, which is more like a suburb today, was deep in the country when I was born. So it was important to be polite. Guildford was the main shopping town, which you could get to by bus, but Ripley had its own shops, too. King and Olliers was the haberdashers where I got my first pair of long trousers, and it doubled as a post office, and we had a blacksmith where all the local farm horses came in for shoes.

Every village had a sweet shop; ours was run by two old-fashioned sisters, the Miss Farrs.

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We would go in there and the bell would go ding—a—ling—a—ling, and one of them would take so long to come out from the back of the shop that we could fill our pockets up before a movement of the curtain told us she was about to appear. I would buy two Sherbert Dabs or a few Flying Saucers, using the family ration book, and walk out with a pocketful of Horlicks or Ovaltine tablets, which had become my first addiction.

In spite of the fact that Ripley was, all in all, a happy place to grow up in, life was soured by what I had found out about my origins. The result was that I began to withdraw into myself.

There seemed to have been some definite choices made within my family regarding how to deal with my circumstances, and I was not made privy to any of them. On reflection, it occurs to me that the family had no real idea of how to explain my own existence to me, and that the guilt attached to that made them very aware of their own shortcomings, which would go a long way in explaining the anger and awkwardness that my presence aroused in almost everybody.

I would escape into Johnny when things got too much for me, and stay there until the storm had passed. I also invented a fantasy friend called Bushbranch, a small horse who went with me everywhere.

Sometimes Johnny would magically become a cowboy and climb onto Bushbranch, and together they would ride off into the sunset. At the same time, I started to draw quite obsessively.

My first fascination was with pies. A man used to come to the village Green pushing a barrow, which was his container for hot pies.

I had always loved pies—Rose was an excellent cook—and I produced hundreds of drawings of them and of the pie man. Then I turned to copying from comics. Because I was illegitimate, Rose and Jack tended to spoil me. Jack actually made my toys for me. I remember, for example, a beautiful sword and shield that he made me by hand. It was the envy of all the other kids. Rose bought me all the comics I wanted.

Over the years I copied countless drawings from these comics—cowboys and Indians, Romans, gladiators, and knights in armor.

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Sometimes at school I did no classwork at all, and it became quite normal to see all of my textbooks full of nothing but drawings.

School for me began when I was five, at Ripley Church of England Primary School, which was situated in a flint building next to the village church. Most of the kids who lived on the Green next to us started at the same time, but as the months went by, and it dawned on me that this was it for the long haul, I began to panic.

The feelings of insecurity I had about my home life made me hate school. All I wanted to be was anonymous, which kept me out of entering any kind of competitive event. I hated anything that would single me out and get me unwanted attention.

I also felt that sending me to school was just a way of getting me out of the house, and I became very resentful. One master, quite young, a Mr. Killer With a Badge. Chuck Hustmyre. Kill For You. High and Low. A Doctor on the Inside.

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