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“In the first major magazine piece written about Murrow, a perceptive article in Scribners magazine in December, 1938, a young writer named Robert Landsy sensed the coming of a new journalistic order.”
“Which is nutty enough but the guy convinced Scribners to go along with this insane butchery.”
“Scribners published the book originally furthering tinkering with the text because each Hemingway generation is nuttier than the last is just wrong. but don't take my word for it:”
“In October Scribners will publish "The Dovekeepers", a novel set in 73 CE about the women of Masada.”
“In October Scribners will publish The Dovekeepers, a novel set in 73 CE about the women of Masada.”
“Back to the Web, to Advanced Book Exchange, or abebooks. com, where you can ﬁ nd rare-books dealers offering early printings of Tolstoy from Scribners in 1878 and 1906, for instance.”
“The entire episode is taken from this source, but some of the quotes are taken from Allan Nevins, The Ordeal of the Union: Fruits of Manifest Destiny, 1847–1852 New York: Scribners, 1947, p.”
“Self-published in 1931 and sold to Scribners after its initial success.”
“The unmistakable authorial tones in question belong to Robert A. Heinlein, and surface in _For Us, the Living_ (Scribners, hardcover, $25.00, 263 pages, ISBN 0-7432-5998-X).”
“It was, in a small way, like the opportunity Henry James was offered when Scribners decided to bring out the New York Edition, and to illustrate it with the somber photographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn.”
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