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Scribble scribble : notes on the media

Author: Nora Ephron
Publisher: New York : Knopf, 1978.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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This volume is a collection of the columns the author wrote for Esquire magazine from 1975 to 1977. Her subject was the media, especially print journalism. She presents her opinions of 1970's media -- from People magazine, Daniel Schorr and the Assassination reporters, to the Palm Beach Social Pictorial, Gourmet magazine and the lure and history of the Double-Crostic. Stabbing, tackling and (occasionally) hugging  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Ephron, Nora.
Scribble scribble.
New York : Knopf, 1978
(OCoLC)558463615
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nora Ephron
ISBN: 039450125X 9780394501253
OCLC Number: 3631312
Description: viii, 157 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Dorothy Schiff and the New York post --
People magazine --
The Palm Beach social pictorial --
Brendan Gill and the New Yorker --
Bob Haldeman and CBS --
The making of Theodore H. White --
Richard Collin and the spaghetti recipe --
How to write a newsmagazine cover story --
The Boston photographs --
Barney Collier's book --
The assassination reporters --
The new porn --
Russell Baker --
My Cousin Arthur is your Uncle Art --
Daniel Schorr --
Upstairs, downstairs --
Porter goes to the convention --
Gentlemen's agreement --
Gourmet magazine --
The Detroit news --
The Ontario bulletin --
The revitalization of Clay Filter: yet another passage --
Double-crostics --
The Sperling breakfast --
Enough.
Responsibility: Nora Ephron.

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This volume is a collection of the columns the author wrote for Esquire magazine from 1975 to 1977. Her subject was the media, especially print journalism. She presents her opinions of 1970's media -- from People magazine, Daniel Schorr and the Assassination reporters, to the Palm Beach Social Pictorial, Gourmet magazine and the lure and history of the Double-Crostic. Stabbing, tackling and (occasionally) hugging her colleagues of the press and screen, the author reveals her contempt for the Haldeman-CBS episode; her passion for Upstairs, Downstairs; and her jaundiced view of Brendan Gill on The New Yorker and Teddy White on anything.

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