Working: Researching, Interviewing, Writing

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Author: Robert A Caro

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 240


'One of the great reporters of our time and probably the greatest biographer' (Sunday Times) offers a riveting account of his working life and the art and craft of non-fiction Robert A. Caro is one of the most acclaimed writers of his generation, whose landmark biographies are widely hailed as masterpieces. This is the captivating account of his life as a writer, describing the sometimes staggering lengths to which he has gone in order to produce his books and offering priceless insights into the craft of non-fiction writing, be it the pursuit of truth, the writer's process, the art of interviewing or the creation of literature. Including several of Caro's most famous speeches and interviews as well as new material, this is the self-portrait of a man who knows the meaning and importance of great story-telling - and, like all his books, is an utterly riveting example of that too.
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Author: Robert A Caro

Format: Paperback / softback

Number of Pages: 240


'One of the great reporters of our time and probably the greatest biographer' (Sunday Times) offers a riveting account of his working life and the art and craft of non-fiction Robert A. Caro is one of the most acclaimed writers of his generation, whose landmark biographies are widely hailed as masterpieces. This is the captivating account of his life as a writer, describing the sometimes staggering lengths to which he has gone in order to produce his books and offering priceless insights into the craft of non-fiction writing, be it the pursuit of truth, the writer's process, the art of interviewing or the creation of literature. Including several of Caro's most famous speeches and interviews as well as new material, this is the self-portrait of a man who knows the meaning and importance of great story-telling - and, like all his books, is an utterly riveting example of that too.