A marvelous portrait of "The New Yorker" during the tenure of legendary editor-in-chief William Shawn by one of its most distinguished contributors.A marvelous portrait of "The New Yorker" during the tenure of legendary editor-in-chief William Shawn by one of its most distinguished contributors.Read Less
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It is so clear that Mehta learned his craft from Shawn, and that he was a wonderful student with a wonderful mentor. The stories are so rich in detail and love and admiration that sometimes they verge on adoration, but Mehta has the skill and the insight to steer a clear path. There is much to be learned for both readers and writers from this tribute to Mr. Shawn.
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