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Hothouse : the art of survival and the survival of art at America's most celebrated publishing house, Farrar, Straus, & Giroux /

-- The New Yorker Boris Kachka deftly reveals the era and the city that built FSG through the stories of two men: founder-owner Roger Straus, the pugnacious black sheep of his powerful German-Jewish family?with his bottomless supply of ascots, charm, and vulgarity of every stripe?and his utter opposite, the reticent, closeted editor Robert Giroux, who rose from working-class New Jersey to discover the novelists and poets who helped define American culture. Giroux became one of T. S. Eliot?s best friends, just missed out on -- HothouseNew York magazine writer. It tells an essential story for the first time, providing a delicious inside perspective on the rich pageant of postwar cultural life and illuminating the vital intellectual center of the American Century.

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  • "-- The New Yorker Boris Kachka deftly reveals the era and the city that built FSG through the stories of two men: founder-owner Roger Straus, the pugnacious black sheep of his powerful German-Jewish family?with his bottomless supply of ascots, charm, and vulgarity of every stripe?and his utter opposite, the reticent, closeted editor Robert Giroux, who rose from working-class New Jersey to discover the novelists and poets who helped define American culture. Giroux became one of T. S. Eliot?s best friends, just missed out on -- HothouseNew York magazine writer. It tells an essential story for the first time, providing a delicious inside perspective on the rich pageant of postwar cultural life and illuminating the vital intellectual center of the American Century."@en
  • "An account of the book publisher who is home to more Nobel Prize-winning writers than any other publishing house in the world reveals the era and city that built FSG through the stories of two men--Roger Straus and Robert Giroux."

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  • "Hothouse : the art of survival and the survival of art at America's most celebrated publishing house, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux /"