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Genius in Disguise:: Harold Ross of The New Yorker - Community Reviews back

by Thomas Kunkel, Harold Ross
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EricCWelch
EricCWelch rated it 6 years ago
Harold Ross, the famous founder and editor of The New Yorker, was born in Aspen, Colorado. His parents moved as the silver industry failed, eventually winding up in Salt Lake City. Ross was a precocious youngster who read voraciously, and his mother taught him that structure in grammar was important...
EricCWelch
EricCWelch rated it 18 years ago
Harold Ross, the famous founder and editor of The New Yorker, was born in Aspen, Colorado. His parents moved as the silver industry failed, eventually winding up in Salt Lake City. Ross was a precocious youngster who read voraciously, and his mother taught him that structure in grammar was imp...
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