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By Raymond Chandler

A mis mejores amigos no los he visto nunca recoge una amplísima selección de l. a. correspondencia y l. a. obra periodística de Raymond Chandler, y constituye como tal un volumen inédito. Aquí se desvelan sus reflexiones literarias, que se caracterizan por un gran sentido del humor, los secretos de su personalidad siempre al borde del abismo, su intuición artística, su curiosidad intelectual y su tormentosa relación con Hollywood.

La primera parte del libro es una antología de sus cartas a amigos, editores, agentes y colegas que se lee como una fascinante biografía. los angeles segunda parte consiste en una decena de artículos escritos para los angeles prensa
-varios nunca antes traducidos-, que retratan su cambiante visión del mundo a lo largo de los años.

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The Raymond Chandler Papers brings jointly the correspondence and different formerly uncollected writing of America’s undisputed grasp of crime fiction and writer of the long-lasting deepest eye Phillip Marlowe, revealing all facets of the good artist’s robust character and large highbrow interest. that includes a range of Chandler’s formerly unpublished early writings—including a gripping piece approximately his strive against stories in global battle I—and an deserted profile of the notorious mobster “Lucky” Luciano, The Raymond Chandler Papers is a must have for all real enthusiasts and a big contribution towards realizing the existence and paintings of the enigmatic guy Evelyn Waugh known as “the maximum residing American novelist.”

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The privacy debate duly reached fever pitch (Sleaze: The Corruption of Parliament; David Leigh and Ed Vulliamy; Fourth Estate; London; 1997). Preston was summoned to explain his use of the fax to Parliament’s Sergeant at Arms and resigned from the PCC, concerned that “too much collateral damage” from the row would damage the reputation of the commission. Soon afterwards, Premier John Major set up a committee, chaired by Lord Nolan, to investigate the ethical behaviour of lobbyists and MPs. The newly appointed chairman of the PCC, Lord Wakeham, in early 1995 gave a strong warning to editors not to abuse the public interest defence when facing complaints over invasions of privacy.

Thus, the Press Council came into being in July 1963 with 20 industry representatives and five lay members. The first commission had predicted no significant trends towards further concentration of ownership. Events had proved it wrong. By 1962 the top three proprietors’ slice of the national daily press had risen to 89 per cent, major monopolies were growing in the periodical press and only in local weeklies was concentration “negligible”. To contain this trend it proposed a Press Amalgamations Court.

You may work on ethical issues through the trade union. Your newspaper may routinely carry Page Three-type images of women and glorify macho images of men. In this context, you may choose to work discreetly, raising issues in discussions with colleagues, using any freedom you have in choosing features and sources to tackle sexist assumptions. Or you may regard the sexism debate as boring old-hat dominated by PC (Political Correctness) fanatics and not worth the bother. Some journalists even opt out of the mainstream press for ethical reasons.

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