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The imperfectionists : a novel

Author: Tom Rachman
Publisher: New York : Dial Press, 2011.
Series: Reader's circle (Random House (Firm))
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 2011 Dial Press trade pbk. edView all editions and formats
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Preoccupied by personal challenges while running a struggling newspaper in Rome, an obituary writer confronts mortality, an eccentric publisher obsesses over his dog, and other staff members uncover the paper's founding by an impulsive millionaire.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Rachman
ISBN: 9780385343671 0385343671
OCLC Number: 754888924
Description: viii, 281 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Bush slumps to new low in Polls / Paris correspondent --
Lloyd Burko --
World's oldest liar dies at 126 / Obituary writer --
Arthur Gopal --
Europeans are lazy, study says / Business reporter --
Hardy Benjamin --
Global warming good for ice creams / Corrections editor --
Herman Cohen --
U.S. general optimistic on war / Editor-in-chief --
Kathleen Solson --
The sex lives of Islamic extremists / Cairo stringer --
Winston Cheung --
Kooks with nukes / Copy editor --
Ruby Zaga --
76 die in Baghdad bombings / News editor --
Craig Menzies --
Cold War over, hot war begins / Reader --
Ornella de Monterecchi --
Markets crash over fears of China slowdown / Chief financial officer --
Abbey Pinnola --
Gunman kills 32 in campus rampage / Publisher --
Oliver Ott.
Series Title: Reader's circle (Random House (Firm))
Responsibility: Tom Rachman.

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Preoccupied by personal challenges while running a struggling newspaper in Rome, an obituary writer confronts mortality, an eccentric publisher obsesses over his dog, and other staff members uncover the paper's founding by an impulsive millionaire.

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