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In the Company of Writers: A Life in Publishing (based on the oral history of Joel R. Gardner) (original 1990; edition 1990)

by Charles Scribner Jr. (Author), Joel R. Gardner (Author)

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An informal and high-spirited memoir of a life spent among writers, including leading literary figures such as Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerald and Max Perkins. It is an intimate view of the pre-conglomerate era of publishing, and of how the industry was transformed after World War II.
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Title:In the Company of Writers: A Life in Publishing (based on the oral history of Joel R. Gardner)
Authors:Charles Scribner Jr. (Author)
Other authors:Joel R. Gardner (Author)
Info:Charles Scribner's Sons (1991), 224 pages
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In the company of writers : a life in publishing by IV Charles Scribner (1990)

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An informal and high-spirited memoir of a life spent among writers, including leading literary figures such as Hemingway, Scott Fitzgerald and Max Perkins. It is an intimate view of the pre-conglomerate era of publishing, and of how the industry was transformed after World War II.

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