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📒Letters From The Editor ✍ Thomas Kunkel
✏Letters from the Editor Book Summary : These exhilarating letters—selected and introduced by Thomas Kunkel, who wrote Genius in Disguise, the distinguished Ross biography—tell the dramatic story of the birth of The New Yorker and its precarious early days and years. Ross worries about everything from keeping track of office typewriters to the magazine's role in wartime to the exact questions to be asked for a "Talk of the Town" piece on the song "Happy Birthday." We find Ross, in Kunkel's words, "scolding Henry Luce, lecturing Orson Welles, baiting J. Edgar Hoover, inviting Noel Coward and Ginger Rogers to the circus, wheedling Ernest Hemingway— offering to sell Harpo Marx a used car and James Cagney a used tractor, and explaining to restaurateur-to-the-stars Dave Chasen, step by step, how to smoke a turkey." These letters from a supreme editor tell in his own words the story of the fierce, lively man who launched the world's most prestigious magazine.
📒Dear Editor ✍ Oscar Brittle
✏Dear Editor Book Summary : During an 18-month campaign to wrest control of opinion pages in Australia's newspapers and magazines, Oscar Brittle became one of the the most talked-about pundits in the country. Trouble was, Mr. Brittle didn't exist—he was a hoax perpetrated by three young Aussie comedians. This collection sheds light on the shenanigans by bringing together all the published letters ascribed to Brittle—from those dealing with global warming and corporal punishment to teenage sex and nut allergies—along with responses from his readers. New material includes email exchanges between Brittle and his confused editors and a bunch of hilarious letters from the public that never appeared in print. Attractive illustrations throughout add to the fun.
📒Letters From The Editor ✍ Dominic Thomas
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📒Letters From The Editor ✍ William F. Woo
✏Letters from the Editor Book Summary : "A collection of essays by the first person outside the Pulitzer family to edit the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the first Asian American to edit a major American newspaper. William F. Woo touches on a wide range of subjects to inspire the next generationof journalists"--Provided by publisher.
✏Letters from the Editors of National Lampoon Book Summary :
📒A Letter To The Editor Of The Times ✍ George Moore
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📒An Analysis Of Letters To The Editor In Certain Daily Newspapers ✍ Donald Sigle Freedman
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📒Dear Editor Letters From Grandpa ✍ Karen Chilman
✏Dear Editor Letters from Grandpa Book Summary : Letters to the editor of our local paper in southeastern Indiana, Grandpa let his mind be known. These words of wisdom are ringing more truth each day.
📒Letters To The Editor ✍ Jon Michael Hubbard
✏Letters to the Editor Book Summary : America is truly unique so diametrically different from any other nation conceived. But many people don't understand and appreciate America's distinctive qualities. In Letters to the Editor, author Jon Michael Hubbard questions whether all of those who reside in the United States are capable of being Americans; he contends that America cannot be all things to all people. In this collection of letters written to newspaper editors, along with other related articles, the author shares his personal feelings and fears about an array of topics important in today's world, including: liberals, patriotism, the military, politics, government, education, race relations, immigration and Christianity. Providing a provocative and informative discussion, he also delves into other related topics such as national security, energy issues, American industry, the mortgage crisis, and a woman's right to choose. In Letters to the Editor, Hubbard, a Vietnam era veteran with a deep love for this country, describes what it's like to be a true American who understands and appreciates what this land offers. The mindset of a true American is fueled by ambition and a burning desire to succeed. Being an American is definitely not to be taken for granted.
📒A Letter To The Editor Of The Letters On The Spirit Of Patriotism C ✍ William Warburton
✏A Letter to the Editor of the Letters on the Spirit of Patriotism c Book Summary :