9 edition of The secret of fame found in the catalog.
The secret of fame
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Gabriel Zaid ; translated by Natasha Wimmer|
|LC Classifications||PQ7298.36.A5 S43 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008001387|
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"The Secret of Fame is at its best when Zaid turns his clever and critical eye to lampooning the foibles and superficialities of publishing and academia. The chinks appear as the book, in its second half, wanders into more esoteric territory, taking on a lit-crit, philosophy-lite tone that seems more intended to impress us with how many works Zaid can cite" - Ethan Gilsdorf, San Francisco Chronicle.
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"The Secret of Fame: The Literary Encounter in an Age of Distraction" is an examination of fame in the literary world through the ages, from Homer to Stephen King. Written in a mocking, sarcastic, critical tone, "The Secret of Fame" is not merely a tabloid for the writing world; it attacks many of the conventions that just seem questionable in today's world of books.
Brand NewStarring Gennie James and Barret OliverRunning Time: 98 minutesMary is a spoiled girl living in India when her parents die and she is sent to live with a family friend in England.
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THE SECRET OF FAME by Gabriel Zaid Translated by Natasha Wimmer $ • Cloth • pp. • Fame. Why do authors seek it. How does one acquire it. What are the consequences of attaining it.
In The Secret of Fame, Gabriel Zaid examines the methods and motivations, from ancient times to the present day. He shines a critical, yet humorous. A glorious novel from the award-winning author of Mister Pip, now available as a trade paperback original from Vintage Canada.
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Karen Kingsbury continues her series on the beloved Baxter family by delving into the more secret side of the family. Fame is an appropriate name for the book as it deals with both the expectations placed on someone famous, the price of that fame and the toll that newfound fame can take on someone used to being ordinary/5.
In this book, the author unveils a ‘secret’ which she claims to have been known for centuries. In the words of the author, “It has been passed down through the years, highly coveted, hidden, lost, stolen, and bought for vast sums of money.”. The Secret of Fame. The Literary Encounter in an Age of Distraction.
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Why do authors seek it? How does one acquire it? What are the consequences of attaining it? Gabriel Zaid examines the methods and motivations, from ancient times to the present day.