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 In Writing Places William Zinsser the author of On Writing Well the bestseller that has inspired two generations of writers journalists and students recalls the many colorful and instructive places where he has worked and taught Gay Talese Writing Places. Though sadly I will never meet Mr Zinsser I feel after reading Writing Places that we are old friends He is a generous soul telling the story of his life with good humor The last sentence came too uickly

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Writing Places The Life Journey of a Writer and Teacher“William Zinsser turns his zest warmth The Life Kindle #215 and curiosity his sharp but forgiving eye on his own story The result is lively funny and moving especially for anyone who cares about art and the business of writing well” Evan Thomas Newsweek. This book made me look for my father's old typewriter Turns out it was stolen or lost but after a few hours of googling I managed to find out that my father owned an Underwood Leader 1956 portable typewriter which is not for sale anywhere I did bid for an Olivetti Valentine though Zinsser writes so lovingly about his Underwood and about the green metal desk that accompanied it for so many years that it really broke my heart when he enters an IBM showroom and acuires that huge Displaywriter I read this a few days after finishing On Writing Well only because I found Mr Zinsser so likable and honest But as another reviewer put it the first half of the book is a bit slow and it picks up by the time he accepts a teaching position at Yale University