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Yossarian slept here : when Joseph Heller was dad, the Apthorp was home, and life was a Catch-22

Author: Erica Heller
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st Simon & Schuster hardcover edView all editions and formats
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The daughter of author Joseph Heller shares the story of her childhood, marked by her father's fame, her parents' acrimonious divorce, and their unconventional parenting choices, in a lighthearted personal account that includes coverage of such topics as a summer at the Beverly Hills Hotel and her father's celebrity friendships.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Joseph Heller; Erica Heller; Joseph Heller; Erica Heller; Joseph Heller
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Erica Heller
ISBN: 9781439197684 1439197687 9781439197691 1439197695
OCLC Number: 687664279
Description: xvi, 272 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Apartment 2K South : starting small : in at the Apthorp, but there was a catch : 1952-1962 --
Apartment 10C : across the courtyard and up in the world : 1962-1989 --
Apartment 5B South : bittersweet on Broadway/Shirley goes solo : 1989-1997 --
Apartment 6LE : and then there was one : 1997-present --
Coda : all is forgiven : the recipe for Dottie Held's $10,000 pot roast.
Responsibility: Erica Heller.

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The daughter of author Joseph Heller shares the story of her childhood, marked by her father's fame, her parents' acrimonious divorce, and their unconventional parenting choices, in a lighthearted personal account that includes coverage of such topics as a summer at the Beverly Hills Hotel and her father's celebrity friendships.

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"For the human aspect [of Joseph Heller], one turns to Erica Heller's frank but loving memoir of her father, "Yossarian Slept Here", which comes as close as possible, I dare say, to deciphering the Read more...

 
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