It began with a teenager's scrawls in a loose-leaf notebook and then became a publishing phenomenon. Edward Robb Ellis' monumental diary has made news in Time magazine and on Good Morning America, the Today show, and NPR's Weekend Edition. Now in paper are the fascinating anecdotes, the firsthand encounters with celebrated men and women and the engaging self-portrait of a uniquely candid man. 35 photos.... appointments, citations for the Legion of Merit, a long list of nominations for postmasterships in small towns. ... Mother.aquot; A Bronx woman heard the news on the radio and died of shock. ... The tributes began pouring over press association wires. ... Archbishop Francis J. Spellman compared him to Washington and Lincoln.
|Title||:||A Diary of the Century|
|Author||:||Edward Robb Ellis, Pete Hamill|
|Publisher||:||Kodansha Amer Incorporated - 1996-09-01|