A Few Thoughts On the Business of Vanity
- Malcolm Forbes, R I P. Buckley, William F. // National Review;3/19/1990, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p17
Recounts the author's interview experience with Malcolm Forbes. Plan of the author to expose Forbes' perspective on pride and exhibitionism; Recognition of the Forbes' book publication on secular passion complete with voluptuous photography; Overviews of the book contents; Reluctance of Forbes...
- Are YOU high-maintenance? Bird, Geri // Marie Claire (US);Sep2001, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p106
Focuses on the ratings of three women on beauty regimes, travel routines, and sexual requirements. Rating of Nicole, event-marketing associate on herself; Low-maintenance of Poppy, financial-aid administrator, especially in shopping; Assessment of Jamie, associate creative director, on herself...
- Hot type. Schappell, Elissa // Vanity Fair;May97, Issue 441, p116
Presents several books related to vanity. `The Actual,' by Saul Bellow; `Mason & Dixon,' by Thomas Pynchon; `American Pastoral,' by Philip Roth; `The Gospel According to the Son,' by Norman Mailer; `Snakes and Ladders,' by Gita Mehta.
- Night-table reading. // Vanity Fair;May97, Issue 441, p118
Comments on books related to vanity. `A Father's Kisses,' by Bruce Jay Friedman; `My Uncle Oswald,' by Roald Dahl; `Collected Short Stories: Volume 1,' by W. Somerset Maugham; `Truth Serum,' by Bernard Copper.
- Intelligence report. // Vanity Fair;May97, Issue 441, p126
Features items related to vanity in New York, London, Los Angeles and Miami. Includes outline of hot topics; Favorite cars; Leading books; Desired places to eat; Appealing places to stay.
- Pride. Webb, Jermy // New Scientist;03/28/98, Vol. 157 Issue 2127, p34
Provides information on one of the deadly sins known as pride where persons takes a higher level of mental complexity than others. Reference to a model built by Aaron Sloman, professor for artificial intelligence and cognitive science at the University of Birmingham on the mind's inner...
- Is pride the same as arrogance? Lowe, Judy // Christian Science Monitor;10/17/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 226, p14
Looks at perceptions of pride, and on how what is in the heart can determine pride or arrogance.
- Vanity considered only a venial sin. Kanner, Bernice // Advertising Age;1/16/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p10
Presents results of a Lifescapes online poll through American Dialogue on people's perceptions about vanity. Details of the poll results. INSET: How poll was conducted..
- Forbes Trinchera Ranch. Thurman, J.; Nichols, M.E. // Architectural Digest;Jun88, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p140
The publisher Malcolm Forbes' family enclave is a ranch in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of southern Colorado. The property encompasses a quarter of a million acres; Malcom Forbes' Canyon House built in 1978 and his son Kip's Schley House built in 1916.