Memorable Days: The Selected Letters of James Salter and Robert Phelps

James Salter had written two novels, "The Hunters" and "The Arm of Flesh," but it was his third, remarkable novel "A Sport and a Pastime," together with his film "Three" and a script he had written for "Downhill Racer," that in 1969 elicited a letter of admiration from a writer and critic he did not know--Robert Phelps. The correspondence that resulted went on to span two decades. The letters themselves are exceptionally alive, uninhibited, gossipy, touching, and brilliant. The successes of Salter and the struggles of ...

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