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Reporting a Life

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  • Binding : Paper Back
  • Language : English

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Binding :   Paper Back
Language :   English
Edition :   1
Number of Pages :   256
Reporting a Life is a unique view of one mans life in the second half of the twentieth century and into this one, with life, journalism, love and family intermingling. It is warmly written, with penetrating comments on politics, art, theatre, music and abroad. It is sometimes funny, sometimes angry and always good reading. Don Hatwell traces his life from urchin to critic, which, according to some, is a pretty short journey. It takes in his boyhood among sisters and brothers, his time in the navy and in the army, putting down his roots in weekly journalism and his move to the thriving Bristol Evening Post, eventually becoming its London Editor and theatre critic. He celebrates his marriage and children whilst covering frankly some deep emotional pressures. He gladly inherited from his parents his strong Labour politics, as well as a passion for theatre, music and art. Don tells his story with fluency and wit, and ends with a selection from his 6,000 theatre notices, which are among the best of their time. Reporting aLife will appeal especially to those interested in the arts and journalism. Among his idols are the great diarist and critic James Agate, and Cassandra of the DailyMirror in its greater days.

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