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The journalist Michael Kinsley has said, “It’s hard to imagine a magazine article today having the kind of impact that [this] article and others had in those days in terms of everyone talking about it purely on the basis of the writing and the style.
Frank Sinatra Has a Cold – Wikipedia
World On a String Sinatra: The arrival of bands like the Beatles and the accompanying cultural change was threatening to Sinatra. For the common cold robs Sinatra of that uninsurable jewel, his voice, cutting into the core of his confidence, and it affects not only his own psyche but also seems to cause a kind of psychosomatic nasal drip within dozens of people who work for him, drink with him, love him, depend on him for their own welfare and stability.
Pedestrians passed quickly across his windshield but, as usual, one did not. Sinatra refused to be interviewed for the profile.
He felt restricted by the limitations einatra newspaper writing  and began searching for jobs with magazines. Gay Talese on the state of journalism, Iraq and his life. It came and he smiled.
She remained at the curb staring at him. This Is Sinatra Vol.
Frank Sinatra Has a Cold
It was a difficult assignment; Sinatra had turned down interview requests from Esquire for years. The light was red.
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The piece employed techniques like scenesdialogue and third-person narrative that were common in fiction, but still rare in journalism.
And that’s where I wanted to part company.
ewta Sinatra with a cold is Picasso without paint, Ferrari without fuel—only worse. Live in Paris Sinatra 80th: Though never speaking with Sinatra, Talese cast light on the singer’s mercurial personality and internal turmoil. The profile begins with Sinatra in a sullen mood at a private Hollywood club. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Talese had spent the first ten years of his career at The New York Times.
Views Read Edit View history. A Sinatra with a cold can, in a small way, send vibrations through the entertainment industry and beyond as surely as a President of the United States, suddenly sick, can shake the national economy.
Frank Sinatra est resfriado – Esquire
The story also detailed Sinatra’s relationship with his children and his former wives, Nancy Barbato and Ava Gardner. Just before the light turned green, Sinatra turned toward her, looked directly esga her eyes waiting for the reaction he knew would come.
Through the corner of his left eye he could see her, and he knew, because it happens almost every day, that she was thinking, It looks like him, but is it? After Ellison is cajoled into leaving the room, Sinatra tells the assistant manager, “I don’t want anybody in here without coats and ties.
He was also worried about his starring role in an upcoming NBC show named after his album, A Man and His Musicand his various business ventures in real estate, his film company, his record label, and an airline. The story continues to receive acclaim and is cited by Talese as one of his best works.
Sinatra’s relationship with year-old Mia Farrow was constantly in the news. The piece is often contrasted to modern magazine profiles in which the writers spend little time with their subjects or when writers fabricate elements of their story, such as Jayson BlairStephen Glassor Janet Cooke.
The style of narrative writing, in this passage and throughout the piece, was alien to journalism at the time, and was considered the province of fiction writing.
She smiled and he was gone. A CBS television documentary had upset Sinatra, who felt that his life was being pried into, and he was unhappy about speculation in the documentary about his connection to Mafia leaders.
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