Happy days: my mother, my father, my sister and me
The celebrated chronicler of the lives of such notorious people as Jean Harris and Patty Hearst now turns her lens on her own unconventional family--and on herself--in a poignant, enthralling memoir. Alexander presents a startlingly honest account of her life--professional and personal--including her successful career as a commentator on 60 Minutes. 37 photos.
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Shana Alexander (b. 1925) is a wonderful writer; I only wish she had written more. She was a columnist for Life magazine, editor of McCall's, and commentator on 60 Minutes. Her father was Milton Ager, composer of Tin Pan Alley classics (like "Happy Days Are Here Again"); her mother, Cecelia Ager, was a well-regarded writer for Variety and several New York newspapers.
Review: Happy DaysUser Review - Goodreads
i found it so boring, i didn't finish it. rare for me.
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