TITLE

Left Hand and Right

PUB. DATE
January 1961
SOURCE
New Yorker;1/7/1961, Vol. 36 Issue 47, p22
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Interview
ABSTRACT
This article presents an interview with Nicolas Chatelain, U.S. correspondent for "Le Figaro" and the author of the two books titled "Le Président Nixon: La Nouvelle Vague à la Maison Blanche" and "Le Président Kennedy: La Nouvelle Vague à la Maison Blanche." When asked about the difficulties in writing the books, he refers to the switching of thoughts from each point of view. Chatelain says that he had to write even at late night to hit the deadline of submission.
ACCESSION #
22771139

 

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