Esquire's Big Book of Great Writing: More Than 70 Years of Celebrated Journalism

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Adrienne Miller
Hearst Books, 2003 - Literary Collections - 804 pages
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For seventy years, Esquire has established a reputation for publishing the most innovative nonfiction in the country, and this remarkable anthology of more than fifty articles is a testament to that quality. "This collection is an inspiration," writes Esquire editor in chief David Granger, "as much for the stories contained within, as for the belief that the written word can change and enlighten the world, one story at a time." Book jacket.

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Encompassing a wide range of excellent writing, this collection of more than 50 nonfiction pieces published in Esquire over the past 70 years makes for an engaging read. Organized by format (e.g ... Read full review


The CrackUp f scott fitzgerald
Fifth Avenue Uptown james Baldwin

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Adrienne Miller is the literary editor at "Esquire," which won the 2004 National Magazine Award for Fiction. She was born in Columbus, Ohio, and grew up around Akron. She now lives in New York City. This is her first novel.

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