El hombre que estuvo allí
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The complete essays and journalistic works of George Plimpton, prefaced by Plimpton himself, is the best way to rediscover one of the great voices of American New Journalism. Especially renowned for his sports reporting and “participatory journalism,” he brought readers onto the field and into the ring. Also included are several of Plimpton’s celebrity portraits, including John F. Kennedy and his family, Muhammad Ali, and Hunter S. Thompson.
George Plimpton is a writer, journalist, editor, actor, and occasional athlete. He is a key figure in American literature of the second half of the 20th century and the cofounder of literary journal The Paris Review.
"Beautifully observed and incredibly conceived [George Plimpton's writing] is the dark side of the moon of Walter Mitty." —Ernest Hemingway, on the English- language edition"This is a terrific book ... pure crystal...unblemished perfection." —The Los Angeles Times, on the English- language edition