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Titre JFK : "Superman comes to the supermarket" : a pointed portrait of a political campaign / Norman Mailer ; edited by Nina Wiener ; art direction by Josh Baker ; introduction by J. Michael Lennon ; coneived by Lawrence Schiller.
Auteur Mailer, Norman, author.
Éditeur Koln : Taschen, [2017]
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Sujet anglais Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963.
Presidents -- United States -- Biography.
Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1960.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1961-1963.
Collaboration Wiener, Nina.
Baker, Josh.
Lennon, Michael.
Schiller, Lawrence.
Description 365 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm.
Note "John F. Kennedy centennial edition"--Jacket.
"Norman Mailer's text excerpted from his book The presidential papers ... originally published by G.P. Putnam Sons, November 8, 1963 ...'Superman comes to the supermarket' was originally published in the November 1960 issue of Esquire ... 'An evening with Jackie Kennedy' was originally published in Esquire in July 1962"--Colophon.
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-365).
Résumé With his Hollywood good looks, boundless enthusiasm, and mesmeric media presence, John F. Kennedy was destined to capture the imaginations of over 70 million Americans who watched the nation s first televised presidential debate. Just days after winning the election by the narrowest margin in history, Kennedy himself said, It was the TV more than anything else that turned the tide. But one man begged to differ: writer Norman Mailer, who bragged that his pro-Kennedy treatise, Superman Comes to the Supermarket, had won the election for Kennedy. Whether or not that was the case, the article, published in Esquire magazine just weeks before polls opened, did redefine political reporting and journalism itself, spawning a form that would be called New Journalism. Mailer's frank, first-person, irreverent voice reflected on Kennedy's cult of personality, calling him the existential hero who could awaken the nation from its postwar slumber and staunchly conformist Eisenhower years.
ISBN 3836562537 (hardcover)
9783836562539 (hardcover)
Autre titre Superman comes to the supermarket.
Pointed portrait of a political campaign.
   
   
 
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