Winchell: gossip, power and the culture of celebrity
Hailed as the most important and entertaining biography in recent memory, Gabler's account of the life of fast-talking gossip columnist and radio broadcaster Walter Winchell "fuses meticulous research with a deft grasp of the cultural nuances of an era when virtually everyone who mattered paid homage to Winchell" (Time). of photos.
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Review: Winchell: Gossip, Power, and the Culture of CelebrityUser Review - Bruce - Goodreads
One of those famous people from the past that I was too young to know about first hand, but it's a name you hear associated with the 1930's and 1940's. Amazing to think of the power he had back then. Far from the most pleasant person you would want to meet, but an interesting story. Read full review
Review: Winchell: Gossip, Power, and the Culture of CelebrityUser Review - Rob - Goodreads
Fascinating. And, of course, depressing. Gabler recreates the life and times of the dynamic, egotistical gossip-monger vividly. Read full review
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