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03/12/2012

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Jenny B.

I highly recommend Ralph Rosenblum's "When the Shooting Stops... The Cutting Begins." Rosenblum was Woody Allen's editor for many, many years (as well as cutting The Producers and other films), and it's a fascinating, readable book. He goes into detail on a few movies (including Annie Hall). I think you'll enjoy it. http://www.amazon.com/When-Shooting-Stops-Cutting-Begins/dp/0306802724

Tom Nissley

Sold! Sounds great & I just ordered it. Thanks, Jenny!

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Fortnightly Firmament #14: Writers Facing Death

  • 1. Jonathan Swift on the death of Mrs. Johnson
  • 2. Stieg Larsson at 22
  • 3. Thomas Bernhard's anti-Austrian will
  • 4. Beth Alcott's mist floats away
  • 5. David Rakoff's last dance
  • 6. Irene Nemirovsky's raft in an ocean of leaves
  • 7. Michel de Montaigne's other half
  • 8. Sigmund Freud's last reading
  • 9. Christopher Hitchens's hospital library
  • 10. Margaret Wise Brown's final kick
  • 11. Heinrich von Kleist's joyous pact
  • 12. William James's goodbye to his father