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The John McPhee Reader

The John McPhee Reader first published in 1976 is comprised of selections from the author's first twelve books In 1965 John McPhee published his first book A Sense of Where You Are; a decade later he had published e. Most readers have a favorite author and mine is probably John McPhee A writer of non fiction he takes delight in Copernicus Avenue comprised of selections from the author's first twelve books In 1965 John McPhee published his first book A Sense of Where You Are; a decade later he had published e. Most readers have a favorite author and mine is probably John McPhee A writer of non fiction he takes delight in

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10 thoughts on “The John McPhee Reader

  1. says:

    You know how every New Yorker article you've ever read takes some seemingly mundane item or place and then writes the hell out of it? It starts out interesting but by page 12 you remember you're not actually interested in whatever the topic isWell it turns out that every single one of them is just copying John

  2. says:

    Most readers have a favorite author and mine is probably John McPhee A writer of non fiction he takes delight in exploring unconventional aspects of our society presented through colorful individuals and described in crisp and scintillating language This book is a sampler containing excerpts from a dozen books an admirable introdu

  3. says:

    I realize that giving five stars to a reader is sort of like saying that some band's greatest hits album is your favorite CD That said I think that John McPhee is one of the two best American reporters along with Studs Terkel and that this collection does a great job of providing an introduction to his work

  4. says:

    McPhee is ideal for readers who have outgrown Hunter S Thompson and seen through Tom Wolfe He is sometimes dragoon

  5. says:

    A marvelous introduction to the depth and breadth of John McPhee a journalist’s journalist one of the finest living nonfiction write

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    It's probably a cliche to say that John McPhee is a writer's writer but that's only because he never seems to have the same acclaim among casual readers And as this collection shows that's a damn shameThe first John McPhee reader i

  7. says:

    John McPhee is a renaissance man Basketball tennis oranges hydrogen bombs bark canoes dams wingless flying vehicle medieval relics and the peop

  8. says:

    Loved the creative non fiction masterclass in McPhee’s “Searching for Marvin Gardens” essay and some of the sobering profiles like the implications of nuclear technology in the future The Curve of Binding Energy down to the day to day life of a sort of savant yokel priestess that eats roadkill for sustenance in the name of con

  9. says:

    I read what I wanted to out of this it's nice that the book covers a wide range of topics I like his sportswriting the mos

  10. says:

    Interesting and well written set of articles Some feel relevant still

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