A New York life: of friends and others
Drawing upon recollections of more than half a century of work and play in New York City, veteran New Yorker writer Brendan Gill brings to vivid life 40 years of the most interesting people he has met during life lifetime, Eleanor Roosevelt, Buster Keaton and Dorothy Parker.
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