Genius in disguise : Harold Ross of the New Yorker / Thomas Kunkel.

"Magazines are about eighty-five percent luck," Harold Ross told George Jean Nathan. "I was about the luckiest son of a bitch alive when I started The New Yorker." Ross was certainly lucky back in 1925, but he was smart, too. When such unknown young talents as E.B. White, James T...

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Main Author: Kunkel, Thomas, 1955-
Format: Book
Published: New York : Random House, ©1995.
Edition:1st ed.

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Call Number: PN4874.R65 K86 1995
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