A Life of Privilege, Mostly

A Life of Privilege, Mostly

Gardner Botsford


Gardner Botsford tells the interesting and funny tale of his W.W. II studies, from his task to the infantry because of a bureaucracy errors to a worried trans-Atlantic crossing at the Queen Mary, to touchdown less than heavy hearth on Omaha seashore and the Liberation of Paris. After the battle, he all started a individual literary profession as a long-time editor on the New Yorker, and chronicles the magazine’s upward thrust and effect on postwar American tradition with wit and grace.

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