In His Second Collection, Michael J Arlen Explores Diverse Topics Such As Howard Cosell S Sports Announcing Style And Tom Snyder S Abrasive News Delivery He Discusses The Combination Of Anger And Comedy That Animated All In The Family , As Well As The Buried Eroticism In Certain TV Commercials.A Passionate Critic Of The Evasions And Insufficiencies Of Television News, Arlen Writes With A Fresh Viewpoint On The Presence Of Violence In Television Programs, But In The Holiday Dinner He Reveals A Humorous Grasp Of The Entire Television Experience Arlen Continues His Original Commentary On The Passing Life And Times Of This Communications Conscious Nation This Book Was Originally Published In 1974 By Farrar, Straus Giroux.
Michael J Arlen is an Anglo Armenian writer and former television critic of the The New Yorker The son of the prominent Anglo Armenian writer, Michael Arlen He is the author of Exiles and the critically acclaimed Passage to Ararat, both of which are autobiographical narratives of Arlen s Armenian ancestry He is also the author of Living Room War, a book on the Vietnam War s portrayal and the s
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- The View from Highway 1: Essays on Television
- Michael J. Arlen
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