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us: Mitchell, Joseph, 1908-1996

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    • Joseph Quincy
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    • found: His Up in the old hotel, 1992: CIP t.p. (Joseph Mitchell) galley (b. in 1908; worked at the Herald tribune, the World telegram, and the New Yorker)
    • found: LC data base, 11-13-92 (hdg.: Mitchell, Joseph, 1908- )
    • found: My ears are bent, c2001: t.p. (Joseph Mitchell) colophon (d. 1996)
    • found: Contemporary authors on Infotrac, Feb. 23, 2006 (Joseph (Quincy) Mitchell; b. July 27, 1908, Fairmont, NC; d. May 24, 1996, New York, NY)
    • found: New York times, May 25 1996 (Joseph Mitchell; born July 27, 1908 near Iona, North Carolina; died May 24, 1996, Manhattan, New York, aged 87; Joseph Mitchell, whose stories about ordinary people created extraordinary journalism in the pages of The New Yorker, died of cancer yesterday at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in Manhattan; Mr. Mitchell arrived [at the New Yorker] when the magazine's editor, Harold Ross, was giving its top nonfiction writers, among them St. Clair McKelway, A.J. Liebling and Philip Hamburger, more space and time than was available to reporters of the day. The New Yorker writers used their good fortune to advantage. In stories, "Profiles" and "Reporter at Large" articles, Mr. Mitchell helped to pioneer a special kind of reportage, setting standards to which later generations of reporters would aspire.) {}
    • found: Kunkel, T. Man in Profile: Joseph Mitchell of the New Yorker, 2015 (Joseph Mitchell)
    • found: Wikipedia, 22 June 2015: Joseph Mitchell (writer) entry (Joseph Quincy Mitchell (July 27, 1908-May 24, 1996) was an American writer best known for the work he published in The New Yorker. He is known for his carefully written portraits of eccentrics and people on the fringes of society, especially in and around New York City. He is also known for suffering from writer's block for several decades.) {}
  • LC Classification

    • PS3525.I9714
  • Change Notes

    • 1991-11-13: new
    • 2015-08-25: revised
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