We all know how Woody Allen will recount what happened (or actually didn’t happen) on August 4, 1992. As well as the beginnings of his affair with Soon-Yi Previn and the enormous blowback, etc. He’s talked about these events here and there, and I’d be surprised if he elaborates to any great degree in “Apropos of Nothing” (Grand Central Publishing, 4.7) The portions of the book I’m most looking forward to, actually, are those describing his Brooklyn childhood and young manhood era (’40s and ’50s) and then the first blush of big success years (mid ’60s to mid ’70s) as well as the glorious artistic expansion era of the late ’70s. It’ll be a good read. I hope he digs in and explores these chapters with appropriate relish.