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The Norton book of interviews : an anthology from 1859 to the present day, edited with and introduction by Christopher Silvester ; preface by Gay Talese

Label
The Norton book of interviews : an anthology from 1859 to the present day
Title
The Norton book of interviews
Title remainder
an anthology from 1859 to the present day
Statement of responsibility
edited with and introduction by Christopher Silvester ; preface by Gay Talese
Title variation
Interviews
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
920.009/03
Index
no index present
LC call number
CT119
LC item number
.P37 1996
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
The Norton book of interviews : an anthology from 1859 to the present day, edited with and introduction by Christopher Silvester ; preface by Gay Talese
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Originally published as The Penguin book of interviews: an anthology from 1859 to the present day."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): General William Booth / The Pall Mall Gazette (4 October 1890) -- Rudyard Kipling / The Sunday Herald (23 October 1892) -- William Howard Russell / Harry How (The Strand Magazine, December 1892) -- Samuel Smiles / The Young Man (March 1893) -- Émile Zola / V.R. Mooney (The Idler, June 1893) -- Henri Rochefort / Marie A. Belloc (The Idler, April 1894) -- Oscar Wilde / Oscar Wilde and Robert Ross (St. James's Gazette, 18 January 1895) -- Paul Kruger / Edmund Garrett (Cape Times, 22 July 1895) -- 'Are interviewers a blessing or a curse?' / (Barry Pain, The Idler, December 1895) -- Henrik Ibsen / R.H. Sherard (The Humanitarian, January 1897) -- Cecil Rhodes / Edmund Garrett (Cape Times, 9 March 1898)
  • Contents (cont.): John F. Kennedy / Henry Brandon (The Sunday Times, 3 July 1960) -- Marilyn Monroe / Georges Belmont (Marie-Claire, October 1960) -- Norman Mailer / Eve Auchincloss and Nancy Lynch (Mademoiselle, February 1961) -- Alf Landon / Thomas B. Morgan (Esquire, October 1962) -- Harold Macmillan / Jocelyn Stevens (Queen, May 1963) -- Evelyn Waugh / Julian Jebb (The Paris Review, Summer/Fall 1963) -- Sammy Davis Jr. / Oriana Fallaci (1964 - published in The Egotists: sixteen amazing interviews, 1968) -- Margaret Bourke-White / Roy Newquist (Counterpoint, 1964) -- Mao Tse-tung / Edgar Snow (The New Republic, 27 February 1965) -- Anthony Wedgwood-Benn / Susan Barnes (The Sun, April 1965 - first published in The Spectator, 17 October 1987)
  • Contents (cont.): Mahatma Gandhi / H.N. Brailsford (Harijan, 14 April 1946) -- 'The gentle art of being interviewed' / (Evelyn Waugh, Vogue, July 1948) -- Dylan Thomas / Harvey Breit (The New York Times Book Review, 17 February 1952) -- Samuel Beckett / Israel Shenker (The New York Times, 6 May 1956) -- Brendan Behan / Robert Robinson (Sunday Graphic, 15 July 1956) -- Nikita Khrushchev / Tom Driberg (Reynold's News, 9 and 16 September 1956) -- Alfred Hitchcock / Pete Martin (The Saturday Evening Post, 27 July 1957) -- Frank Lloyd Wright / Henry Brandon (The Sunday Times, 3 November 1957) -- Ernest Hemingway / Milton Robert Machlin (Argosy, September 19) -- Montgomery Clift / Roderick Mann (The Sunday Express, 16 August 1959)
  • Contents (cont.): Stanley Baldwin / F.W. Wilson (The People, 18 and 25 May 1924) -- William Howard Taft / Walter Tittle (The Century, September 1925) -- Sir Edwin Lutyens / Beverley Nichols (The Sketch, 5 May 1926) -- Willa Cather / Nebraska State Journal (5 September 1926) -- Georges Clemenceau / George Sylvester Viereck (Liberty, 7 July 1928) -- Greta Garbo, / Mordaunt Hall (The New York Times, 24 March 1929) -- Sigmund Freud / George Sylvester Viereck (Glimpses of the Great, 1930) -- George Bernard Shaw / Hayden Church (Liberty, 7 February 1931) -- Wyndham Lewis / Louise Morgan (Everyman, 19 March 1931) -- Al Capone / Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr. (Liberty, 17 October 1931) -- Adolf Hitler / George Sylvester Viereck (Liberty, 9 July 1932)
  • Contents (cont.): Tallulah Bankhead / Gladys Hall (Motion Picture, September 1932) -- Benito Mussolini / Emil Ludwig (Talks with Mussolini, 1933) -- Joseph Stalin / Emil Ludwig (Leaders of Europe, 1934) -- Royal Scott Gulden / John L. Spivak (New Masses, 9 October 1934) -- Joseph Stalin / H.G. Wells (The New Statesman and Nation, 27 October 1934) -- Huey P. Long / Sender Garlin (New Masses, 26 March 1935) -- Gertrude Stein / John Hyde Preston (The Atlantic Monthly, August 1935) -- F. Scott Fitzgerald / Michel Mok (New York Post, 25 September 1936) -- David Lloyd George / Harry Boardman (The Manchester Guardian, 12 April 1940) -- Stefan Zweig / Robert Van Gelder (The New York Times Book Review, 28 July 1940) -- Pablo Picasso / Jerome Seckler (New Masses, 13 March 1945)
  • Contents (cont.): Two Moon / Hamlin Garland (McClure's Magazine, September 1898) -- Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy / Harold Williams (The Manchester Guardian, 9 February 1905) -- W.T. Stead / Mrs. Maud Churton Braby (The World of Dress, June 1905) -- Christabel Pankhurst / E.M. Evors (Hearth and Home, 10 November 1910) -- Woodrow Wilson / Isaac F. Marcosson (Munsey's Magazine, October 1911) -- Guglielmo Marconi / Kate Carew (New York Tribune, 14 April 1912) -- G.K. Chesterton, Hugh Lunn (Hearth and Home, 17 October 1912) -- 'Barrie at Bay: which was Brown?' / (Sir James Barrie, New York Times, 1 October 1914) -- Frank Harris / Djuna Barnes (The New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 4 February 1917) -- Eugene O'Neill / Young Boswell (New York Tribune, 24 May 1923)
  • Contents (cont.): Vladimir Nabokov / Penelope Gilliatt (Vogue, December 1966) -- Joe Orton / Giles Gordon (The Transatlantic Review, Spring 1967) -- Lester Piggott / Kenneth Harris (The Observer, 7 June 1970) -- Margaret Thatcher / Terry Coleman (The Guardian, 2 November 1971) -- Arthur Miller / Josh Greenfeld (The New York Times Magazine, 13 February 1972) -- Bette Davis / Rex Reed (New York Daily News, 12 October 1975) -- Jimmy Hoffa / Jerry Stanecki (Playboy, December 1975) -- William Burroughs / Duncan Fallowell (Time Out, 24-30 September 1982) -- Mae West / Charlotte Chandler (The Ultimate Seduction, 1984) -- Galina Vishnevskaya / George Urban (Encounter, December 1986 and January 1987) --Paul Johnson / Richard Stengel (SPY, June 1992)
  • Contents: Brigham Young / Horace Greeley (New York Tribune, 20 August 1859) -- Karl Marx / R. Landor (The World, 18 July 1871) -- 'Chinese Gordon' / W.T. Stead (The Pall Mall Gazette, 9 January 1884) -- Theodore Roosevelt / The Pall Mall Gazette (9 December 1886) -- Henry Stanley, The Pall Mall Gazette (17 January 1887) -- Robert Louis Stevenson / The New York Herald (8 September 1887) -- Mark Twain, / Rudyard Kipling (From Sea to Sea, 1889) -- Thomas Edison / R.H. Sherard (The Pall Mall Gazette, 19 August 1889) -- Lillie Langtry / The Pall Mall Gazette (7 September 1889) -- Sir Arthur Sullivan / The Pall Mall Gazette (5 December 1889) - Prince Bismarck / William Beatty-Kingston (The Daily Telegraph, 10 and 11 June 1890)
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st American ed.
Extent
xxi, 626 p.
Isbn
9780393038767
Lccn
95005791
System control number
ocm32087169
Label
The Norton book of interviews : an anthology from 1859 to the present day, edited with and introduction by Christopher Silvester ; preface by Gay Talese
Publication
Note
"Originally published as The Penguin book of interviews: an anthology from 1859 to the present day."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): General William Booth / The Pall Mall Gazette (4 October 1890) -- Rudyard Kipling / The Sunday Herald (23 October 1892) -- William Howard Russell / Harry How (The Strand Magazine, December 1892) -- Samuel Smiles / The Young Man (March 1893) -- Émile Zola / V.R. Mooney (The Idler, June 1893) -- Henri Rochefort / Marie A. Belloc (The Idler, April 1894) -- Oscar Wilde / Oscar Wilde and Robert Ross (St. James's Gazette, 18 January 1895) -- Paul Kruger / Edmund Garrett (Cape Times, 22 July 1895) -- 'Are interviewers a blessing or a curse?' / (Barry Pain, The Idler, December 1895) -- Henrik Ibsen / R.H. Sherard (The Humanitarian, January 1897) -- Cecil Rhodes / Edmund Garrett (Cape Times, 9 March 1898)
  • Contents (cont.): John F. Kennedy / Henry Brandon (The Sunday Times, 3 July 1960) -- Marilyn Monroe / Georges Belmont (Marie-Claire, October 1960) -- Norman Mailer / Eve Auchincloss and Nancy Lynch (Mademoiselle, February 1961) -- Alf Landon / Thomas B. Morgan (Esquire, October 1962) -- Harold Macmillan / Jocelyn Stevens (Queen, May 1963) -- Evelyn Waugh / Julian Jebb (The Paris Review, Summer/Fall 1963) -- Sammy Davis Jr. / Oriana Fallaci (1964 - published in The Egotists: sixteen amazing interviews, 1968) -- Margaret Bourke-White / Roy Newquist (Counterpoint, 1964) -- Mao Tse-tung / Edgar Snow (The New Republic, 27 February 1965) -- Anthony Wedgwood-Benn / Susan Barnes (The Sun, April 1965 - first published in The Spectator, 17 October 1987)
  • Contents (cont.): Mahatma Gandhi / H.N. Brailsford (Harijan, 14 April 1946) -- 'The gentle art of being interviewed' / (Evelyn Waugh, Vogue, July 1948) -- Dylan Thomas / Harvey Breit (The New York Times Book Review, 17 February 1952) -- Samuel Beckett / Israel Shenker (The New York Times, 6 May 1956) -- Brendan Behan / Robert Robinson (Sunday Graphic, 15 July 1956) -- Nikita Khrushchev / Tom Driberg (Reynold's News, 9 and 16 September 1956) -- Alfred Hitchcock / Pete Martin (The Saturday Evening Post, 27 July 1957) -- Frank Lloyd Wright / Henry Brandon (The Sunday Times, 3 November 1957) -- Ernest Hemingway / Milton Robert Machlin (Argosy, September 19) -- Montgomery Clift / Roderick Mann (The Sunday Express, 16 August 1959)
  • Contents (cont.): Stanley Baldwin / F.W. Wilson (The People, 18 and 25 May 1924) -- William Howard Taft / Walter Tittle (The Century, September 1925) -- Sir Edwin Lutyens / Beverley Nichols (The Sketch, 5 May 1926) -- Willa Cather / Nebraska State Journal (5 September 1926) -- Georges Clemenceau / George Sylvester Viereck (Liberty, 7 July 1928) -- Greta Garbo, / Mordaunt Hall (The New York Times, 24 March 1929) -- Sigmund Freud / George Sylvester Viereck (Glimpses of the Great, 1930) -- George Bernard Shaw / Hayden Church (Liberty, 7 February 1931) -- Wyndham Lewis / Louise Morgan (Everyman, 19 March 1931) -- Al Capone / Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr. (Liberty, 17 October 1931) -- Adolf Hitler / George Sylvester Viereck (Liberty, 9 July 1932)
  • Contents (cont.): Tallulah Bankhead / Gladys Hall (Motion Picture, September 1932) -- Benito Mussolini / Emil Ludwig (Talks with Mussolini, 1933) -- Joseph Stalin / Emil Ludwig (Leaders of Europe, 1934) -- Royal Scott Gulden / John L. Spivak (New Masses, 9 October 1934) -- Joseph Stalin / H.G. Wells (The New Statesman and Nation, 27 October 1934) -- Huey P. Long / Sender Garlin (New Masses, 26 March 1935) -- Gertrude Stein / John Hyde Preston (The Atlantic Monthly, August 1935) -- F. Scott Fitzgerald / Michel Mok (New York Post, 25 September 1936) -- David Lloyd George / Harry Boardman (The Manchester Guardian, 12 April 1940) -- Stefan Zweig / Robert Van Gelder (The New York Times Book Review, 28 July 1940) -- Pablo Picasso / Jerome Seckler (New Masses, 13 March 1945)
  • Contents (cont.): Two Moon / Hamlin Garland (McClure's Magazine, September 1898) -- Leo Nikolayevich Tolstoy / Harold Williams (The Manchester Guardian, 9 February 1905) -- W.T. Stead / Mrs. Maud Churton Braby (The World of Dress, June 1905) -- Christabel Pankhurst / E.M. Evors (Hearth and Home, 10 November 1910) -- Woodrow Wilson / Isaac F. Marcosson (Munsey's Magazine, October 1911) -- Guglielmo Marconi / Kate Carew (New York Tribune, 14 April 1912) -- G.K. Chesterton, Hugh Lunn (Hearth and Home, 17 October 1912) -- 'Barrie at Bay: which was Brown?' / (Sir James Barrie, New York Times, 1 October 1914) -- Frank Harris / Djuna Barnes (The New York Morning Telegraph Sunday Magazine, 4 February 1917) -- Eugene O'Neill / Young Boswell (New York Tribune, 24 May 1923)
  • Contents (cont.): Vladimir Nabokov / Penelope Gilliatt (Vogue, December 1966) -- Joe Orton / Giles Gordon (The Transatlantic Review, Spring 1967) -- Lester Piggott / Kenneth Harris (The Observer, 7 June 1970) -- Margaret Thatcher / Terry Coleman (The Guardian, 2 November 1971) -- Arthur Miller / Josh Greenfeld (The New York Times Magazine, 13 February 1972) -- Bette Davis / Rex Reed (New York Daily News, 12 October 1975) -- Jimmy Hoffa / Jerry Stanecki (Playboy, December 1975) -- William Burroughs / Duncan Fallowell (Time Out, 24-30 September 1982) -- Mae West / Charlotte Chandler (The Ultimate Seduction, 1984) -- Galina Vishnevskaya / George Urban (Encounter, December 1986 and January 1987) --Paul Johnson / Richard Stengel (SPY, June 1992)
  • Contents: Brigham Young / Horace Greeley (New York Tribune, 20 August 1859) -- Karl Marx / R. Landor (The World, 18 July 1871) -- 'Chinese Gordon' / W.T. Stead (The Pall Mall Gazette, 9 January 1884) -- Theodore Roosevelt / The Pall Mall Gazette (9 December 1886) -- Henry Stanley, The Pall Mall Gazette (17 January 1887) -- Robert Louis Stevenson / The New York Herald (8 September 1887) -- Mark Twain, / Rudyard Kipling (From Sea to Sea, 1889) -- Thomas Edison / R.H. Sherard (The Pall Mall Gazette, 19 August 1889) -- Lillie Langtry / The Pall Mall Gazette (7 September 1889) -- Sir Arthur Sullivan / The Pall Mall Gazette (5 December 1889) - Prince Bismarck / William Beatty-Kingston (The Daily Telegraph, 10 and 11 June 1890)
Dimensions
24 cm.
Edition
1st American ed.
Extent
xxi, 626 p.
Isbn
9780393038767
Lccn
95005791
System control number
ocm32087169

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