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In the days of Simon Stern
Arthur A. Cohen
Originally published, New York, Random House, 1973.
|Statement||(by) Arthur A. Cohen.|
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|Number of Pages||464|
Howard Stern Tells Terry Gross His 'Pure Id' Days Are Behind Him Looking back on his early career, Howard Stern remembers being "petrified" that . All of this talking — on television, radio and for print — is part of the promotional blitz for his third book. “Howard Stern Comes Again” (Simon & .
But Simon & Schuster publisher Jonathan Karp, a fan dating back to his high school days in the s, approached Stern two years ago with a proposal. Karp wanted to focus on Stern's interviews. But Simon & Schuster publisher Jonathan Karp, a fan dating back to his high school days in the s, approached Stern two years ago with a proposal. AD Karp wanted to focus on Stern’s interviews.
The fruits of Stern’s transformation are the 37 interviews in this book. The interviewees are a who’s who of show business, featuring musicians, comedians and actors: Lady Gaga, Tracy Morgan. The Days of Simon is his account of the experiment - and its an ok comic. The visual style is the books most striking feature: two black and white panels per page with a very Swedish cartoonist Simon Gardenfors comes up with the kind of gimmicky book concept Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace used to do back in the day: he sets up a website /5.
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Arthur A. Cohen (), novelist, essayist, and theologian, received the Edward Lewis Wallant Award in for In the Days of Simon Stern and the National Jewish Book Award in His A People Apart was nominated for a National Book Award in Cohen's novels Acts of Theft and A Hero in His Time are also available in Phoenix Fiction paperback editions from /5(2).
Get this from a library. In the days of Simon Stern. [Arthur A Cohen] -- Nathan, a blind Jewish scribe, tells the story of the coming of the Messiah in the person of one Simon Stern -- from his birth on the Lower East Side, through his career as a millionaire dealer in.
Arthur A. Cohen (), novelist, essayist, and theologian, received the Edward Lewis Wallant Award in for In the Days of Simon Stern and the National Jewish Book Award in In the days of Simon Stern book A People Apart was nominated for a National Book Award in Cohen's novels Acts of Theft and A Hero in His Time are also available in Phoenix Fiction Pages: In the days of Simon Stern: a novel.
[Arthur A Cohen] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create # A Nonpareil book\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. In the days of Simon Stern;: A novel, by Cohen, Arthur Allen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Simon Stern is a multimillionaire realtor, possible Messiah, tortured by guilt about the death of his parents — the fire in a tenement where they lived while he cached his millions in drawers.
He founds the Society for the Rescue and Resurrection of the Jews ( carefully chosen from the death camps of Europe at the end of World War II) now hidden on the Lower East Side.
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All Chicago e-books are available at 30% off with promo code EBOOK Howard Stern’s former staffers can’t wait to read his new & Schuster, which published the shock jock’s best-selling memoir, “Private Parts,” declined to comment, but the. Arthur A. Cohen (), novelist, essayist, and theologian, received the Edward Lewis Wallant Award in for In the Days of Simon Stern and the National Jewish Book Award in His A People Apart was nominated for a National Book Award in Cohen, Arthur A.
IN THE DAYS OF SIMON STERN 1st Edition 1st Printing Hardcover New York Random House Very Good in a Very Good dust jacket. Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive. Howard Stern Comes Again is the third book by American radio personality Howard Stern, released on by Simon & Schuster.
It is his first book in 24 years since the release of Miss America (). 5 Release and reception. By earlyStern had been broadcasting his radio show on SiriusXM for eleven years and looked into the idea Author: Howard Stern.
Simon Stern is the author of The Illustrator's Guide To Law And Business Practice ( avg rating, 19 ratings, 2 reviews), The Valancourt Book of Victo /5. Soon, it became the fastest-selling book in the history of storied publisher Simon & Schuster. Being a book by the vintage Howard Stern, it.
Scholar Ruth Wisse has deemed In the Days of Simon Stern an example of a "midrashic mode of writing" in Jewish American literature, "one in which a familiar story or theme is given a new reading."  Thomas Altizer said in his memoir, "I believe that [Cohen's] novel, In the Days of Simon Stern, is our richest Jewish theological novel, and Alma mater: University of Chicago.
Buy In the Days of Simon Stern at Pickup & delivery This book ensnares one of the most extraordinarily daring ideas to inhabit an American novel in a number of years.
For one thing, it is that risky devising, dreamed of only by the Thomas Manns of the world, a serious and vastly conceived fiction bled out of the 5/5(1). “What Howard Stern Comes Again underscores for those who might only view him as the prurient Pied Piper of his early career is his evolution from self-absorbed, mean-spirited attack dog to a thoughtful enquirer with genuine interest in his interview subjects.
That the book is a gorgeous compendium – a bit like a mini-coffee table construct – is testament to Stern’s seriousness Released on: In addition to revolutionizing the mediums of radio and television, Howard Stern is the author of two bestselling books, Miss America and Private Parts.
The latter was turned into a hit film of the same name. He lives and works in New York ed on: J Radar reported that within several days after the discovery, the author was changed to “to be confirmed.” Private Parts was released by the famous publisher in and it was the fastest-selling book in the company’s history.
It was later adapted into a hit film in starring Stern and his radio show staff as : Lucille Barilla. Private Parts is the first book by American radio personality Howard was released on October 7, by Simon & Schuster and edited by Larry "Ratso" Sloman and Judith mid, Stern's radio show The Howard Stern Show had become the number one morning program in New York City and had hosted the Saturday night television show The Howard Author: Howard Stern, Larry Sloman.
The new release by Simon & Schuster is an array of Stern’s best interviews, spelled out in a Q&A format. It can be absorbed as pure entertainment, a reference book or Author: John Katsilometes. The book, Stern’s first in more than 20 years, was released by Simon & Schuster and its top placing on Amazon follows the radio host’s past success as an : Jon Levine.
It’s been more than two decades since his last book, the best-selling “Miss America.” “Howard Stern Comes Again” (Simon and Schuster, $35) is .