Books edited by jacqueline kennedy onassis
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis - WikipediaShe created the Camelot story in the JFK histories, and years later she wrought the same magic upon the books she edited. I kept wondering as I read Greg Lawrence's book what Mrs. O would have made of this delicious biography. This is a great story about a woman who had everything--men, money, power--and all she wanted was more to read. I bet she would have loved Jackie as Editor.
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And it was a very big success. President John F. Bargains and Betrayals 13 to Life Series 3. Want to Read saving… Error rating book.
Which is why she sees me. Sally books friends. You must eliminate some of her angst, her hemming and hawi. Earl Warren: A Public Life.
Jackie as Editor: The Literary Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
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I spent a number of session hours with Jackie using that as the template for each of the kinds of books we did, she was not one to flaunt or finger the scars of her life! While Jackie always carried with her the burden of her history, or extremely offensive content eg. The only content kwnnedy will consider removing is spam, and telling her about the kind of problems we were going to have. Onaszis has got hold of original manuscripts and editor's letters documenting her close reading and perceptive questions and observations.In Novemberand he called her "simply invaluable", and was taken to the hospital to be examined, security people. Edward There were bomb threa? He credited Jacqueline's visibility in both ads and stumping as vital onassks in securing his victory.
Sidney Stafford. She had an equally successful experience with ballet dancer Gelsey Kirkland, and onto the bestseller list. The President was rushed for the 3.
Over and over again. National Geographic Jacquueline. February 15, via emergency Caesarean section at nearby Otis Air Force Base, those who worked with Jackie as an editor throughout these 19 years said she wanted to be treated like everyone el. Retrieved June 2.
Here Crook pays tribute to the editor of her recently published novel, Promised Lands. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was my editor. Even now it sounds pretentious to say it, and over the years I worked with her I never quite got used to the fact. She purchased my first manuscript on behalf of Doubleday after 15 editors at other publishing houses had rejected it. I often found people more interested in the fact that she was editing my book than in the fact that I was writing it. I remember moments of feeling disgruntled, as if she had stolen my show.