The New York Stories by John O'Hara. "The Assistant" read by Gretchen Mol
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The New York Stories by John O'Hara, Introduction by Steven Goldleaf, Foreword by E.L. Doctorow

Narrated by E.L. Doctorow, Becky Ann Baker, Dylan Baker, Bobby Cannavale, Jon Hamm, Richard Kind, Jan Maxwell, Gretchen Mol, and Dallas Roberts

Collected for the forward abstraction, the New York stories of John O’Hara, “among the oversized ill-natured story writers in English, or in any additional language” (Brendan Gill, existing at The New Yorker)

Collected for the forward abstraction, existing are the New York stories of one of the twentieth century’s stated chroniclers of the city—the speakeasies and highballs, hail-fellow-well-met climbers and cinema stars, mistresses and powerbrokers, unsparingly determined by a demotic american
trained of realism. Spanning his four-decade life history, these added than thirty refreshingly direct, sparely printed stories are among John O’Hara’s primo wash, exploring the materialist aspirations and intimate exploits of flawed, prodigally weak characters and showcasing the energetic dialogue, hard-hitting details and ironical communicative twists that palmy him the near-published through story writer in the history of the New Yorker.

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