THE NEW YORK TIMES WORLD OF NEW YORK: An Uncommon Guide to the City of Fantasies. Journalists, critics and essayists set down a part of the fantasy that is New York.
THE NEW YORK TIMES WORLD OF NEW YORK: An Uncommon Guide to the City of Fantasies.
by A. M. Rosenthal, Arthur Gelb. New York, New York, USA. Important events.
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The New York Times World of New York : An Uncommon Guide to the City of Fantasies. Rosenthal and Arthur Gelb.
In it, dozens of knowledgeable New York Times' writers, critics, et a. contribute lively and idiosyncratic essays on subjects ranging from delis to Degas, Roseland to Roosevelt Island, night court to nightclubs, Patchin Place to pastrami. Paul Goldberger, for instance, rates the exterior lighting that has in recent years turned many of Manhattan's skyscrapers into shimmering Camelots. The RCA Building earns Goldberger's most enthusiastic no. Joyce Maynard reminisces charmingly about childhood visits with her mother
Times Books, (c)1985. General Note: "This book originated in a magazine published by the New York times The World of New York a semi-annual.
Times Books, (c)1985. Geographic Name: New York (. Personal Name: Rosenthal, A. (Abraham Michael), 1922-2006. Personal Name: Gelb, Arthur, 1924-. Personal Name: Siege, Marvin. Rosenthal and Arthur Gelb in association with Marvin Siege. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Children of presidents. Personal Name: Gelb, Arthur, 1924
Times Books, (c)1985. Physical Description: xiii, 498 p. : ill. ;, 19 cm. General Note: "Most of these articles originally appeared in the New York times" . General Note: At head of title: The New York times. General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Siegel, Marvin. Rosenthal and Arthur Gelb in association with Marvin Siegel. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
Gelb was born in New York City in 1924 and graduated from New York University in 1946. He joined The Times as a copyboy at age 20 and became a reporter for the paper in 1947. As a reporter, Gelb covered diverse beats, such as health news, City Hall, and the United Nations. Having particular success as a theater reporter and critic, he was appointed chief cultural correspondent in 1962.
He joined The New York Times in 1943 and remained there for 56 years, to 1999. Rosenthal won a Pulitzer Prize in 1960 for international reporting
Author: Arthur Gelb,A. M. Rosenthal
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Publisher: Random House, Inc.; 1st edition (February 12, 1986)
Pages: 498 pages
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