Collection of portraits published between 1938 and 1955 in the New Yorker
by one of the pioneer of New Journalism: a literary
painting of a New York
that no longer exists.
Joseph Mitchell (1908-1996) is an American journalist and writer, well-known for his chronicles and portraits published in The New Yorker. He is considered to be one of the pioneer of New Journalism.
Translated from the English (American) by Bernard Hoepffner (original title: McSorley's Wonderful Saloon, Pantheon Books, 2001).
published in April 2016
13,5 x 21 cm (softcover)
ISBN : 978-2-88928-021-6
EAN : 9782889280216