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Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever, William Saroyan

Label
Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever
Title
Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever
Statement of responsibility
William Saroyan
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
autobiography
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1908-1981
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Saroyan, William
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3537.A826
LC item number
Z543
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Saroyan, William
  • Authors, American
  • Saroyan, William
  • Authors, American
  • American authors
Label
Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever, William Saroyan
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • What it's all about -- A for Arlen for Armenia -- Armenak and Takoohi -- An orphanage far far away -- The holy family of the Oakland hills -- The rejected mothers, Lillian Pendar and Blanche Fulton -- Eddie Emerian, the pride of L street -- Norman who? -- Lillian Gish and Kitty Duval -- Hymie Myrowitz, star in his own taxi -- The actor in the street -- The goddesses and the ugly little real girls of Fresno -- On the way to Who's who -- How can anybody like a man who says he never met a man he didn't like? -- What ever happened to Jim Lundy? -- The Baltimore bad boy -- The girl of the world who disappeared forever inside Turk Street -- Browsing at Bill McDevitt's bookstore in 1929 -- Doughbelly's crap game on the Embarcadero -- The man from Matador, Texas -- Yvor Winters and his poetry students at Stanford -- The fragile young writer and the mean old world -- Fame and fortune and fun at the Hampshire House -- Alfonso? who's Alfonso? -- Poet Larsen of o city cities -- Runaways Walter Winchell and Robinson Jeffers -- Rouben Mamoulian directing Miriam Hopkins in Becky Sharp for me -- Aquitania passengers to Europe -- Jean Sibelius at home in Jaarvenpaa -- How I almost met James Joyce -- Abandoned bride at the Fern hotel -- The patriotic revolutionary big-money non-writers of Hollywood -- Harry Cohn's electric chair and Katey's outraged husband -- Death of a father in the hush from Brooklyn to Gallup -- The truth about the explosion on Lower Market Street
  • The fight between Diego Rivera and Leon Trotsky and Josef Stalin -- A little on immortality and a few of the immortals of 57th street -- The light fantastic of George Jean Nathan -- Love's old sweet song and the Grapes of Wrath -- One of the great mothers of the world -- A moment of Mack Sennett, another of D.W. Griffith -- Life, art, politics, and lunch at Hyde Park -- Sensible about blackmail at the Knickerbocker Hotel -- On the hop with Leonard Lyons -- Gerald Kersh, Morris Gest, and Ken McCormick alive, alive o -- Geoffrey Faber, T.S. Eliot, Herbert Read, Barnett Freedman and the limehouse blues -- The biggest golden yellow Rolls-Royce in the world -- From Fortnum & Mason in Piccadilly to Shaw & Shaw at Ayot Saint Lawrence -- A Star and Garter clam bake and lobster feast at Gypsy Rose Lee's townhouse -- Homage to Al Nidevar -- John McCormack singing everlasting Ireland, your eyes have told me so -- The alphabet opera by Paul Bowles and Willaim Saroyan -- Writers and writes and writers -- Greta Garbo at the little woman's big party on North Rodeo Drive -- Let's just nobody ever forget Joan Castle -- A gentlemen and poker player, George Stevens -- Orphan in tears -- An omnibus of crazy playwrights, social historians, and funny comedians -- Spyros Skouras, Nikita Khrushchev, Preston Sturges, Gregory Ratoff, Humphrey Bogart, and Darryl Zanuck -- The secret of Marc Chagall -- Benjamin Kubelsky of Waukegan, rich and famous at a Hollywood party -- James Agee, Konrad Bercovici, Jim Tully, and Charles Chaplin -- Trash along the Wabash, back home in Indiana -- Lear, Gogol, Napoleon, King Christian, and the death of Ernest Hemingway -- The joy of Aram's soul, the pride of Araxie's heart -- Willie willie whiskey, everlasting Saroyan, friend of fools
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
211 pages
Isbn
9780070547483
Lccn
75043520
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1974190
  • (OCoLC)ocm01974190
Label
Sons come and go, mothers hang in forever, William Saroyan
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • What it's all about -- A for Arlen for Armenia -- Armenak and Takoohi -- An orphanage far far away -- The holy family of the Oakland hills -- The rejected mothers, Lillian Pendar and Blanche Fulton -- Eddie Emerian, the pride of L street -- Norman who? -- Lillian Gish and Kitty Duval -- Hymie Myrowitz, star in his own taxi -- The actor in the street -- The goddesses and the ugly little real girls of Fresno -- On the way to Who's who -- How can anybody like a man who says he never met a man he didn't like? -- What ever happened to Jim Lundy? -- The Baltimore bad boy -- The girl of the world who disappeared forever inside Turk Street -- Browsing at Bill McDevitt's bookstore in 1929 -- Doughbelly's crap game on the Embarcadero -- The man from Matador, Texas -- Yvor Winters and his poetry students at Stanford -- The fragile young writer and the mean old world -- Fame and fortune and fun at the Hampshire House -- Alfonso? who's Alfonso? -- Poet Larsen of o city cities -- Runaways Walter Winchell and Robinson Jeffers -- Rouben Mamoulian directing Miriam Hopkins in Becky Sharp for me -- Aquitania passengers to Europe -- Jean Sibelius at home in Jaarvenpaa -- How I almost met James Joyce -- Abandoned bride at the Fern hotel -- The patriotic revolutionary big-money non-writers of Hollywood -- Harry Cohn's electric chair and Katey's outraged husband -- Death of a father in the hush from Brooklyn to Gallup -- The truth about the explosion on Lower Market Street
  • The fight between Diego Rivera and Leon Trotsky and Josef Stalin -- A little on immortality and a few of the immortals of 57th street -- The light fantastic of George Jean Nathan -- Love's old sweet song and the Grapes of Wrath -- One of the great mothers of the world -- A moment of Mack Sennett, another of D.W. Griffith -- Life, art, politics, and lunch at Hyde Park -- Sensible about blackmail at the Knickerbocker Hotel -- On the hop with Leonard Lyons -- Gerald Kersh, Morris Gest, and Ken McCormick alive, alive o -- Geoffrey Faber, T.S. Eliot, Herbert Read, Barnett Freedman and the limehouse blues -- The biggest golden yellow Rolls-Royce in the world -- From Fortnum & Mason in Piccadilly to Shaw & Shaw at Ayot Saint Lawrence -- A Star and Garter clam bake and lobster feast at Gypsy Rose Lee's townhouse -- Homage to Al Nidevar -- John McCormack singing everlasting Ireland, your eyes have told me so -- The alphabet opera by Paul Bowles and Willaim Saroyan -- Writers and writes and writers -- Greta Garbo at the little woman's big party on North Rodeo Drive -- Let's just nobody ever forget Joan Castle -- A gentlemen and poker player, George Stevens -- Orphan in tears -- An omnibus of crazy playwrights, social historians, and funny comedians -- Spyros Skouras, Nikita Khrushchev, Preston Sturges, Gregory Ratoff, Humphrey Bogart, and Darryl Zanuck -- The secret of Marc Chagall -- Benjamin Kubelsky of Waukegan, rich and famous at a Hollywood party -- James Agee, Konrad Bercovici, Jim Tully, and Charles Chaplin -- Trash along the Wabash, back home in Indiana -- Lear, Gogol, Napoleon, King Christian, and the death of Ernest Hemingway -- The joy of Aram's soul, the pride of Araxie's heart -- Willie willie whiskey, everlasting Saroyan, friend of fools
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
211 pages
Isbn
9780070547483
Lccn
75043520
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1974190
  • (OCoLC)ocm01974190

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