6 edition of Reminiscences of a raconteur, between the "40s and the "20s found in the catalog.
|Statement||by George H. Ham ...|
|LC Classifications||F1033 .H19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., xi-xvi, 330 p.|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||22013392|
An incomparable raconteur, possessed of an irrepressible wit and an abiding love of books and authors, Cerf brilliantly evokes the heady days of Random House’s first decades. Part of the vanguard of young New York publishers who revolutionized the book business in the s and ’30s, Cerf helped usher in publishing’s golden s: Full text of "Reminiscences of a Stock (PDFy mirror)" See other formats.
Like Beck, Jones is a raconteur with a penchant for dramatizing things to comic effect.: She describes him as a raconteur and voracious reader of history and current affairs.: And his friends knew him as a highly entertaining mimic and raconteur.: He has proved to be a brilliant raconteur able to reflect revealingly on his work of 20 years ago, but these are retrospective observations. Lahore, first published in , is Pran Nevile’s tribute to the land of his birth. Grounded in memory and redolent with nostalgia, Nevile’s reminiscences transport the reader into the heart of Lahore as it was in the s and 40s—a city bustling with activity where people coexisted harmoniously, unfettered by considerations of religion, region or caste.
Jonathan Schwartz (born J ) is an American radio personality, known for his devotion to the Great American the s on, he has been a presence on radio stations in the New York radio market, until he was fired in December Additionally, Schwartz sometimes performs as a singer and has recorded numerous selections from the collection of popular music from the s. The New York Times Book Review - Walter Isaacson. The Pigeon Tunnel is not an autobiography Rather, it's a collection of reminiscences that provide glimpses of the author over the years, hopping and skipping through time, and recounted with the storytelling élan of a master raconteur—by turns dramatic and funny, charming, tart and.
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George H. Browne. This book promoted the advantages of Winnipeg, and was probably intended to attract businesses and settlers to the new city. It contains descriptions of life as it existed at that time, written by a feisty newspaperman with an eye for detail.
Reminiscences of a Raconteur, Between the ‘40s and the ‘20s by George H. Ham. In Ham wrote and published his first book, The new west, a description of the region’s potential.
It and two subsequent works – The flitting of the gods () and Reminiscences of a raconteur () – are notable for the glimpses that they provide of his wit and philosophy. In “‘I Read Morning, Night and in Between’: How One Novelist Came to Love Books” in the New York Times last month, Chigozie Obioma writes about how his journey to becoming a voracious reader was shaped by a childhood full of books and storytelling, and recounts a discovery made about the differences between stories told by his father versus those told by his mother.
Reminiscences of a raconteur: between the '40s and the '20s / by George H. Ham. -- FC 85 H35 In the pioneer home / Rosemary Neering, Stan Garrod ; illustrators: J. Merle Smith, Helen Fox. Reminiscences of a Raconteur between the 40s and the 20s.
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Edward Farrer was an itinerant journalist who worked to promote political union between Canada and the United States. The facts of his parentage, birth, and education are obscure, and it appears he may have changed his name and fabricated a background. no – G. Ham, Reminiscences of a raconteur between the ’40s and the ’20s.
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Great raconteur Webb is a great raconteur whose reminiscences appear honest and self-deprecating rather than sentimental or boastful. A recurring figure in the text is the devil, who accompanies. Reminiscences of a Raconteur, Between the '40s and the '20s () The Miracle Man of Montreal (biography of André Bessette, ).
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In an era when publishers are suffering from declining margins and forced to cut corners on their products, we have stubbornly gone against the tide and been resolutely committed to the. Honor raconteur is an American fantasy writer. She studied at the Tone State University graduating with a bachelor’s degree in education.
She has widely traveled visiting places like the Tehachapi, Salt Lake City, and California and currently lives in Tennessee.Reminiscences of a Raconteur, Between the '40s and the '20s, by George H. Ham (Gutenberg ebook) Canada To-day and To-morrow, by Arthur E.
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Perhaps because Dalton wrote the book in the 's, and was therefore looking back on her life from a bit of a distance, there were romantic, nostalgic, story-like elements to it/5(25).