Fame and obscurity: portraits

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World, 1970 - Biography & Autobiography - 357 pages
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Review: Fame and Obscurity

User Review  - Harris Reiss - Goodreads

I read this book as a kid and couldn't stop reading it. Growing up in Bklyn, I was able to put myself in all the places mentioned. The NYC stories put me in places with my dad. I met Talese a few ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jim Lane - Goodreads

Fame and Obscurity is made up a three parts; the first 2 are comprised of Talese's first two books, New York: A Serendipiter's Journey and The Bridge, and the 3rd part is a collection of articles he ... Read full review

Contents

Frank Sinatra Has a Cold
3
The Loser
41
The Soft Psyche of Joshua Logan
61
Copyright

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