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eBook The Value of Nothing epub
  • ISBN: 0812812751
  • Author: John Weitz
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stein and Day; First Edition edition (1970)
  • Pages: 320 pages
  • ePUB size: 1602 kb
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The Value of Nothing Hardcover – 1970.

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Hans Werner "John" Weitz (May 25, 1923 – October 3, 2002) was an American menswear designer who initiated licensing products and selling affordable but stylish clothing that featured his image in the advertising

Hans Werner "John" Weitz (May 25, 1923 – October 3, 2002) was an American menswear designer who initiated licensing products and selling affordable but stylish clothing that featured his image in the advertising. He had a second career as a writer and historian. Weitz was also well known for being the husband of actress Susan Kohner and father of directors Paul Weitz and Chris Weitz.

The Value of Nothing : A Novel. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780812812756.

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John Weitz, fashion designer known for licensing variety of products under his name and for his second career as. .Mr. Weitz also wrote ''Hitler's Banker''; ''Man in Charge''; ''Friends in High Places''; and ''The Value of Nothing''

John Weitz, fashion designer known for licensing variety of products under his name and for his second career as novelist and historian, dies at age 79; photo (M. Weitz also wrote ''Hitler's Banker''; ''Man in Charge''; ''Friends in High Places''; and ''The Value of Nothing''. In a 1992 interview with The Times, Mr. Weitz said he could not count the number of times he was asked how he reconciled the dichotomy between designing and writing about such serious topics. 'As Shakespeare said, 'One man in his time plays many roles,' '' he said. 'And who else but a fashion designer would understand such a worldly man?''

Weitz's business was American menswear; and he personally exemplifed the cultured and exciting background that awed such fellow New York . There were also two novels, Friends In High Places and The Value Of Nothing

Weitz's business was American menswear; and he personally exemplifed the cultured and exciting background that awed such fellow New York designers as the best man at his wedding, the late Bill Blass (obituary, June 15). Weitz was the real thing. Born in Berlin, he was the son of a prosperous clothing manufacturer and German first world war hero, who had won the Iron Cross in the infantry. The family was living well when Christopher Isherwood visited. There were also two novels, Friends In High Places and The Value Of Nothing. Two other books, however, marked out Weitz as a historian of the Nazi period.

The Value of Nothing: A Novel. New York: Stein and Day, 1970. Broadcast on CBS-TV (Sunday Morning), August 27, 1989. ISBN 978-0-812-81275-6 OCLC 15585961.

The Value Of Nothing. Perhaps the most beloved of John Fowles's internationally bestselling works, The French Lieutenant's Woman is a feat of seductive storytelling that effectively invents anew the Victorian novel. Here is the world of haute couture, racing cars, Seventh Avenue, Palm Beach, Sebring, New York, where the Beautiful People - and their vultures and hangers-on - pretend to live.

Here is the world of haute couture, racing cars, Seventh Avenue, Palm Beach, Sebring, New York, where the Beautiful People - and their vultures and hangers-on - pretend to live. It is a world where young Philip Ross, through a sexual arrangement that provides him with his first break, crawls onto the lowest rung of the fashion ladder and begins the great climb, over backs and bodies, from couturier's assistant to nationwide fame as an avant-garde American designer.
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