By Lillian Ross
(Da Capo Press, Paperback, 9780306811289, 288pp.)
Publication Date: June 2002
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The fiftieth-anniversary edition of the classic account of Hollywood's inner workings--voted one of the century's top 100 journalistic works and called by Hemingway "much better than most novels"
Lillian Ross, long a staff writer at The New Yorker, is the author of eleven books, including Portrait of Hemingway, Vertical and Horizontal, Reporting, The Player, and the forthcoming Reporting Back: Notes on Journalism. She lives in New York City.
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“You will never forget this book.”