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    characters Pal Joey Film Ink John OHara ß 0 characters read & download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ß John OHara At the end there is a review of John O’Hara that says pretty much what I would say to anyone reading this; that perhaps enough time has passed that these stories will be novel again It seemed very modern to me despite all the era’s argot Charming with a capital C

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TraKim Novak movie of the same name Of course two are Completely Different Except For One different for one in which Joey buys a dog Skippy to impress a mouse This book is mostly about style the half literate newsy self absorbed mooching mostly joking style of Joey who writes a series of letters to his much successful friend Ned Joey s letters tell Ned about his ups and downs in the nightclub singing business and with his girl friends the mouses The re creates a character a time 1940 s and a lace Chicago I enjoyed it for what it was I wish I could say that I loved this book especially since the last four books I ve read by Mr O Hara I considered classics but that s just not the case Pal Joey was originally serialized in the New Yorker and it became famous humorous but ultimately tiring. His shady escapades run ins with the mob and easy affairs with the rettiest mice in the busines.