THE TELEPHONE BOOTH INDIAN by A.J. Liebling

THE TELEPHONE BOOTH INDIAN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

These articles on people, activities, places, etc. are drawn largely from the New Yorker Profiles and Reporter at Large. The Jollity Building and the profile of Roy doward are high spots, but there's plenty of variety, all filled with professional argot, the ways of soft money and hard, the circles within circles of various worlds sporting, entertainment, journalism, publicity, and the people who inhabit them. Thoroughly entertaining reading made to order for the lada being all boys together.
ISBN: 0767917367
Page count: 264pp
Publisher: Doubleday
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1941




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