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The Writer who Stayed

The Writer who Stayed
  • Author: William Knowlton Zinsser
  • Publisher: Paul Dry Books Incorporated
  • ISBN: 1589880803
  • Page: 175
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Sixty essays on writing, getting older, staying alert to the world, and passing along writing tips to others

William Zinsser, author of "On Writing Well" and many other books, wrote a weekly blog for the American Scholar -- about writing, the arts, New York, and popular culture. This book collects these engaging pieces by one of America's best essayists. Relationships, storytelling, baseball, summer reading, comic strips, Woody Allen -- Bill Zinsser illuminates modern life.


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