Letters from the Editor - The New Yorker's Harold Ross

Ross, Harold.

Founding editor of 'The New Yorker', Harold Ross tells his own story for the first time, to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the magazine he launched.

The collection of letters and memos from 1917 to 1951, reveals why Ross liked some writers and rejected others. Recipients of his letters include Orson Welles, J.Edgar Hoover, Ginger Rogers, Harpo Marx, most everybody it seems, from the ruler of a world of ideas and opinion.

Edited by Thomas Kunkel.


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Publisher: Modern Library. Reprint 2000
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