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John O'Hara : a documentary volume

Autore: Matthew J Bruccoli
Editore: Detroit : Thomson Gale, ©2006.
Serie: Dictionary of literary biography, v. 324.
Edizione/Formato:   Libro : Biography : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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Genere/forma: Biography
Biographies
Persona incaricata: John O'Hara; John O'Hara; John O'Hara
Tipo materiale: Biography, Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Matthew J Bruccoli
ISBN: 0787681423 9780787681425
Numero OCLC: 63171162
Note: "A Bruccoli Clark Layman book."
Descrizione: xxxvii, 444 p. : ill., maps ; 29 cm.
Contenuti: Introduction: "The Way it Was" xxvii --
1 Pottsville/Gibbsville 17 --
O'Hara's Pennsylvania Protectorate 17 --
Pottsville/Gibbsville --
Facsimile: Obituary notes prepared by O'Hara for the New York Herald Tribune --
The Gibbsville Stories --
Growing Up with Death-from O'Hara letter to William Maxwell, 9 February 1961 --
Working on The Journal 28 --
A Cub Tells His Story-O'Hara, Pottsville Journal, 2 May 1925 --
Dr. O'Hara Is Laid to Rest-Pottsville Republican, 21 March 1925 --
Early Days on the Journal-O'Hara, "Famous Author Writes of His Early Days on Journal; Is Now Big Literary Figure," Pottsville Journal, 2 October 1950 --
Why Shouldn't Red Make a Fortune?-O'Hara, Pottsville Journal, 20 November 1925 --
O'Hara and "The Conning Tower" 34 --
The Weather and the Public-O'Hara, "The Conning Tower," New York World, 15 September 1927 --
George F. Gabbitry Stops a Little Early for the Wife at Her Literary Club Meeting-O'Hara, "The Conning Tower," New York World, 12 January 1928 --
The Man Who Knew Sinclair Lewis-O'Hara, "The Conning Tower," New York World, 27 January 1928 --
Remembering F.P.A.-O'Hara letter to the New York Herald Tribune, 5 April 1960 --
Looking Back 37 --
Characters in Search-from "An Artist is His Own Fault": John O'Hara on Writers and Writing --
Don't Say It Never Happened-O'Hara, New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 8 April 1962 --
2 The Thirties: The New Yorker and Appointment in Samarra 43 --
Stories for The New Yorker 43 --
The Alumnae Bulletin-O'Hara, The New Yorker, 5 May 1928 --
Pet --
O'Hara and F. Scott Fitzgerald 45 --
A Matter of Material --
Facsimile: Fitzgerald's inscription to O'Hara in Tender Is the Night --
O'Hara letter to John Steinbeck, 2 or 3 June 1949 --
Facsimile: Letter to Fitzgerald, April 1934 --
O'Hara's Introduction to The Portable F. Scott Fitzgerald --
An Afternoon with Fitzgerald-O'Hara, The New Republic, 3 March 1941 --
O'Hara letter to David Brown, 12 August 1957 --
Facsimile: First page of the setting copy for Appointment in Samarra --
Writing Appointment in Samarra 53 --
O'Hara letter to Thomas O'Hara, 12 February 1934 --
"Putting His Friends in Print"-Danville (Pa.) Morning News, 15 July 1935 --
The Model for Julian English-from O'Hara letter to Gerald Murphy, 30 July 1962 --
Foreword to the Modern Library Edition / O'Hara --
Automobiles as Characterizers-from "An Artist Is His Own Fault": John O'Hara on Writers and Writing --
A Highball in the Face: from Appointment in Samarra --
The Coal Region: from Appointment in Samarra --
Reception of a First Novel 60 --
"Too Good to Be True": Review of Appointment in Samarra-William Soskin, New York American, 16 August 1934 --
F.P.A. on Appointment in Samarra-New York Herald Tribune, 18 August 1934 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Franklin P. Adams in the dedication copy of Appointment in Samarra --
"People Who Do Not Matter": Review of Appointment in Samarra-Herschel Brickell, Philadelphia Record, 16 August 1934 --
Mr. O'Hara and the Vulgar School: Review of Appointment in Samarra-Henry Seidel Canby, The Saturday Review of Literature, 18 August 1934 --
"Nothing But Infantilism": Sinclair Lewis on Appointment in Samarra-Lewis, The Saturday Review of Literature, 6 October 1934 --
Appointment in Samarra on Television-Jack Gould, The New York Times, 13 May 1953 --
A "Fast-Moving, Kaleidoscopic Novel": Review of Appointment in Samarra-Fred T. Marsh, New York Herald Tribune Books, 19 August 1934 --
A Morality of Pointlessness: Review of Appointment in Samarra-R. P. Blackmur, The Nation, 22 August 1934 --
"A Real Experience": Review of Appointment in Samarra-Peter Quennell, The New Statesman and Nation, 29 December 1934 --
"Polish and Glitter": Review of Appointment in Samarra-Times Literary Supplement, 7 March 1935 --
3 The Thirties: From The Doctor's Son to Files on Parade 81 --
The Doctor's Son and Other Stories 81 --
"Revealed in Their Essentials": Review of The Doctor's Son and Other Stories-John Chamberlain, The New York Times, 21 February 1935 --
Good Reading-O'Hara, New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 22 November 1934 --
Facsimile: First page of the revised typescript for "The Doctor's Son" --
The Case of John O'Hara: Review of The Doctor's Son and Other Stories-Lewis Gannett, New York Herald Tribune, 23 February 1935 --
O'Hara's Short Stories: Review of The Doctor's Son and Other Stories-William Rose Benet, The Saturday Review of Literature, 2 March 1935 --
An Author Returns-John McClain, New York Sun, 21 August 1935 --
Butterfield 8 89 --
Find Starr Faithfull Drowned While Unconscious From Drug; Stepfather Bares Her Secrets-New York World Telegram, 15 June 1931 --
Introduction to Butterfield 8 / Matthew J. Bruccoli --
"One Kind": from Butterfield 8 --
"The Names They Would Talk": from Butterfield 8 --
I Was Determined to Make Plain What I Had Seen-from "An Artist Is His Own Fault": John O'Hara on Writers and Writing --
The Symbol and the Type: from Butterfield 8 --
"An Expression of an Age in Riotous Decay": Review of Butterfield 8-John Chamberlain, The New York Times, 17 October 1935 --
Facsimile: Inscription to John Hayward in Butterfield 8 --
Mr. O'Hara Hates Some More: Review of Butterfield 8-Lewis Gannett, New York Herald Tribune, 18 October 1935 --
Finds O'Hara's People Dull: Review of Butterfield 8-Heywood Broun, New York World-Telegram, 31 October 1935 --
On Heywood Broun-O'Hara letter to The New Republic, 15 January 1940 --
Mr. O'Hara's Talent: Review of Butterfield 8-Lionel Trilling, The Nation, 6 November 1935 --
'Butterfield 8' Shocks with Lack of Belief: Review of Butterfield 8-Fanny Butcher, Chicago Daily Tribune, 21 December 1935 --
A Fine Girl-from O'Hara, "We're Friends Again," Sermons and Soda-Water --
Belle and O'Hara's Routine-from Don A. Schanche, "John O'Hara Is Alive and Well in the First Half of the Twentieth Century," Esquire, August 1969 --
Hope of Heaven 109 --
Watch Out for Mr. O'Hara-Wolcott Gibbs, The Saturday Review of Literature, 19 February 1938 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Roland Young in Hope of Heaven --
O'Hara, Opus 4: Review of Hope of Heaven-Lewis Gannett, New York Herald Tribune, 19 March 1938 --
"The Typical O'Hara Manner": Review of Hope of Heaven-Joseph Henry Jackson, San Francisco Chronicle, 25 March 1938 --
"Quick Vivid Projection": Review of Hope of Heaven-Otis Ferguson, The New Republic, 13 April 1938 --
"Professionally Hard-Boiled": Review of Hope of Heaven-Times Literary Supplement, 11 February 1939 --
"The Sourpuss School of American Literature": Review of Hope of Heaven-Clifton Fadiman, The New Yorker, 19 March 1939 --
Files on Parade 119 --
Foreword to Files on Parade / O'Hara --
"Unmistakably O'Hara's": Review of Files on Parade-Mark Schorer, Boston Evening Transcript, 7 October 1939 --
O'Hara's Hollywood Work --
4 The Forties 124 --
Pal Joey 124 --
Coarse, Sly, Big Town Wise Guy: Review of Pal Joey-Milton Rugoff, New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 3 November 1940 --
The Boys in the Back Room-Edmund Wilson, The New Republic, 11 November 1940 --
Pal Joey: the Musical (1940) 129 --
O'Hara letter to Richard Rodgers, 22 December 1940 --
A Broadway Credit-from O'Hara, Foreword to The Farmers Hotel --
"Everything But a Good Time": Review of Pal Joey-Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times, 26 December 1940 --
Night Club Portrait: Review of Pal Joey-Richard Watts Jr., New York Herald Tribune, 26 December 1940 --
Upturn: Review of Pal Joey-Wolcott Gibbs, The New Yorker, 4 January 1941 --
Concerning the Author of "Pal Joey"-Lucius Beebe, New York Herald Tribune, 12 January 1941 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Budd Schulberg in Appointment in Samarra --
The Revival of Pal Joey (1952) 136 --
"Mr. O'Hara's Night-Club Tout": Review of Pal Joey-Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times, 4 January 1952 --
Fine Low Fun: Review of Pal Joey-Wolcott Gibbs, The New Yorker, 12 January 1952 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Helen and James Thurber in Pal Joey --
More Enthusiasm for 'Pal Joey': Review of Pal Joey-Richard Watts Jr., New York Post, 13 January 1952 --
"In a Class by Itself": Review of Pal Joey-John Mason Brown, The Saturday Review, 2 February 1952 --
'Joey' Comes of Age-O'Hara, New York Herald Tribune, 23 November 1952 --
O'Hara's Theater Work after Pal Joey --
Moontide 146 --
"A Tough and Vibrant Script": Review of Moontide-Howard Barnes, New York Herald Tribune, 30 April 1942 --
Facsimile: First page of O'Hara's screenplay for Moontide --
Pipe Night 149 --
Preface to Pipe Night / Wolcott Gibbs --
John O'Hara Observes Our Mores: Review of Pipe Night-Lionel Trilling, The New York Times, 18 March 1945 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Belle Wylie O'Hara in Pipe Night --
Perfidies of Life His Concern: Review of Pipe Night-Kenneth Fearing, New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review, 25 March 1945 --
Facsimile: Inscription to Dorothy Parker in Pipe Night --
Here's O'Hara 156 --
Foreword for Here's O'Hara / O'Hara --
O'Hara in His Time: Review of Here's O'Hara-Henry Morton Robinson, The Saturday Review of Literature, 18 May 1946 --
Facsimile: Letter to Random House editor Robert Linscott, 1 March 1947 --
Hellbox 159 --
A Manhattan Cocktail: Review of Hellbox-Kenneth Fearing, New York Herald Tribune Book Review, 3 August 1947 --
O'Hara Finds his Publisher-from Bennett Cerf, At Random: The Reminiscences of Bennett Cerf --
"For Anyone with the Requisite Imagination": Review of Hellbox-Joseph Henry Jackson, San Francisco Chronicle, 4 August 1947 --
O'Hara letter to Joseph Henry Jackson, 1 September 1947 --
A Rage to Live 164 --
4 July 1917 Festival at the Tate Farm: from A Rage to Live --
A Reichelderfer Christmas: from A Rage to Live --
Wedding Day: from A Rage to Live --
Sidney Tate's Funeral: from A Rage to Live --
Reception of A Rage to Live 171 --
A Rage to Live and O'Hara's Break with The New Yorker
Titolo della serie: Dictionary of literary biography, v. 324.
Responsabilità: [edited by] Matthew J. Bruccoli.
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