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Is it a slander? In this issue of Granta, American writers describe their encounters abroad and how they were affected by them, while, in reportage and fiction, outsiders to America come upon the strangeness of the place itself.

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Granta 79: Celebrity. An issue devoted to the dubious rewards and strange effects of fame which successfully avoids mentioning Andy Warhol

Granta 79: Celebrity. An issue devoted to the dubious rewards and strange effects of fame which successfully avoids mentioning Andy Warhol. Contributors include Kyle Stone on Hillary Clinton, Fintan O’Toole on the Queen, Jason Cowley on Hitler’s Jewish doctor, Andrew Martin on the rollercoaster champion of the world, Riccardo Orizio on Bokassa, the cannibal emperor, Dragisa Blanusa, Milosevic’s jailer, and new fiction by Andrew O’Hagan and Zoë Heller. How the Clintons’ new hometown in Westchester, NY views Hillary and Bill.

Published in the U.S. since 1979, Granta is a handsomely illustrated paperback featuring outstanding articles. This issue of Granta includes: Jason Cowley on the search for Hitler's doctor; Kyle Stone on how Hillary Clinton's home views Hillary ('GO HOME BILLARY!'); Riccardo Orizio on the cannibal emperor of the Central African Republic; Fintan O'Toole on how an Irish republican looks at the Queen; Andrew Martin on the roller-coaster champion of the world; and Dragisa Blanusa on eighty-nine days with Slobodan Milosevic. New fiction by Geoff Dyer (gets high in Amsterdam); Zoe Heller (gets lonely in North London); and Andrew O'Hagan (tells how a child star was born). Photography in this issue includes work by Tom Stoddart (the African evangelist who claims he can cure AIDS) and Michael Collins (Mrs. Haggarty meets George Best and Miss Barwell meets Steve McQueen). “Granta’s contributors constitute an impossibly distinguished list.” — The Washington Post “Quite simply, the most impressive literary magazine of its time.” — The Daily Telegraph (London)
Granta 79: Celebrity (Granta: The Magazine Of New Writing) download epub
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Author: Ian Jack
ISBN: 090314154X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Granta Books (2002)
Pages: 320 pages