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The best of Plimpton
|LC Classifications||PN4857 .P56 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 368 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||90042037|
George Plimpton - The Best of Plimpton - Part 4 - Duration: Connie Martinson 1, views. George Plimpton on the History of The Paris Review - . The 20 Greatest Sports Books of All Time. Plimpton went through training camp with the Detroit Lions—and took a disastrous series of snaps under center for the team in an exhibition game.
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Clue: George Plimpton best seller. George Plimpton best seller is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted 1 time. There are related clues (shown below). George Plimpton was perhaps best known for Paper Lion, the book that set the bar for participatory sports journalism. With his characteristic wit, Plimpton recounts his experiences in talking his way into training camp with the Detroit Lions, practicing with the team, and taking snaps behind center.
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The Best of Plimpton collects for the first time the work of a distinguished thirty-five-year career. Including profiles, essays, articles, and such classic inventions as "The Amazing Story of Sidd Finch" and "The Snows of Stu" the book is a rich mix from one of America's most talented and unique literary personalities/5(11).
Plimpton describes himself as a participatory journalist, this book os a collection of some of his best writing. Memorable chapters from the book include his efforts as a baseball pitcher, hockey player and a quarterback for the Detroit Lions.4/5(11).
"The Best of Plimpton shows the author to be a quietly adroit stylist with the lightest touch since E.B. White." —Newsweek "The Best of Plimpton shows how much fun life can be." —The Boston Globe "This is a terrific book pure crystal unblemished perfection." —The Los Brand: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
George Plimpton has books on Goodreads with ratings. George Plimpton’s most popular book is Paper Lion: Confessions of a Last-String Quarterback. George Plimpton, an accomplished writer and a fine raconteur, has gathered in this book all of his writings that he considered to be his best and each story is superb.
His recounting of taking Marianne Moore to the baseball game is one of the most finely-crafted portraits of both Moore and Plimpton that I have had the pleasure of reading/5(3). George Plimpton, an accomplished writer and a fine raconteur, has gathered in this book all of his writings that he considered to be his best and each story is superb.
His recounting of taking Marianne Moore to the baseball game is one of the most finely-crafted portraits of both Moore and Plimpton that I have had the pleasure of reading/5(11).
Plimpton’s greatest book examines the NFL through the eyes and lives of linemen on different sides of the ball, Alex Karras and John Gordy of the Detroit Lions. Plimpton explores the pleasures Author: Washington Post Staff. The Best of Plimpton collects for the first time the work of a distinguished thirty-five-year career.
Including profiles, essays, articles, and such classic inventions as “The Amazing Story of Sidd Finch” and “The Snows of Stu” the book is a rich mix from one of America’s most talented and unique literary personalities.
--The New Yorker "The Best of Plimpton shows the author to be a quietly adroit stylist with the lightest --Newsweek "The Best of Plimpton shows how much fun life can be." --The Boston Globe "This is a terrific book pure crystal unblemished perfection.".
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Free shipping for many products. George Plimpton chronicles his month spent on the PGA tour in The Bogey Man, repackaged and including a foreword by Rick Reilly and never-before-seen content from the Plimpton Archives.
What happens when a weekend athlete -- of average skill at best -- joins the Brand: Little, Brown and Company. The Best of Plimpton is a rich mix from one of Americas most talented and unique literary personalities. Collects for the first time the work of a distinguished 35 year career, including profiles, essays, articles and The Amazing Story of Sidd Finch%().
George Plimpton was perhaps best known for Paper Lion, the book that set the bar for participatory sports journalism. 5 out of 5 stars Still great, after all these years. The Best of Plimpton by George Plimpton. Grove/Atlantic, Incorporated, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition.
Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket. Editor, essayist, sports writer, adventurer, George Plimpton is best known for taking to the arenas of professional sports and surviving to write about his experience.
This collection of his work includes profiles, essays, articles, and some of his most celebrated pieces. Plimpton’s book became a best seller. And in subsequent paperback editions, Paper Lion received a bit more hype, as the Vantage edition at the top of this story notes: “Over 1, copies in print!” That edition also used the cover tagline: “When a first string writer suits up to take his lumps as a last-string quarterback for the.
Medium Blue cloth, bright silver spine lettering with figure of a leaping lion, and bright silver helmet on front cover. Top edge red. SPORTS.
Probably the most widely read book on American Football. The awkward, uncordinated George Plimpton got the Detroit Lions to agree to let him train with them, and actually enter a game as backup quarterback. Plimpton, George THE BEST OF PLIMPTON 1st Edition 1st Printing Softcover New York Atlantic Monthly Press Very Good in wrappers.
Advanced Reader's Copy (ARC).Seller Rating: % positive. Plimpton's first retrospective collection—and a splendid one it is—35 pieces covering 35 years' worth of witty, elegant essays on sports and celebrities, drawn from Sports Illustrated, New York magazine, and elsewhere.
Plimpton is an Ivy League aristocrat who likes to play the common man. He is perhaps most famous for his ""participatory exercises,"" in which he exchanges his. About this Item: Debevoise & Plimpton, Hardcover.
Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. x, p. Includes: illustrations, index. First hand account of the origins and early growth of a prominent American law firm, base on a four-year project of interviews conducted by the Oral History Research Office of Columbia U. Told in the words of the firm's.
Golf Digest has narrowed the list to a nifty standouts that aren't so much the best ever but a well-rounded collection that every golfer should read for the combination of golf knowledge.George Plimpton. George Plimpton is a writer, journalist, editor, actor, and occasional athlete. He is a key figure in American literature of the second half of the 20th century and the cofounder of literary journal The Paris Review.