3 edition of Lincoln"s doctor"s dog found in the catalog.
Lincoln"s doctor"s dog
George Cooper Stevens
|LC Classifications||Z278 .S84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 p. incl. 1 illus., facsims.|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||39003786|
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Pictured: Abraham Lincoln's dog, Fido. B y now it's well known that almost no one was interested in publishing J.K. Rowling's first Harry Potter book.
The author has saved those rejection letters. And in the title story, Lincoln's doctor's dog, a genial mutt named Sparky, confers with General Grant on war strategy, is ph.
otographed by Matthew Brady, becomes Minister to Nicaragua, and ends up as a character in the novel "Jerome Klinkowitz, Registered Pharmacist" while the story's author tries to blackmail the editor Theodore Solotaroff /5(2). The increasingly worried Suckley was on the verge of posting lost-dog notices when, thumbing through a local paper called Lincolns doctors dog book Home Journal, he came across a gossipy news item about a “black refugee from Virginia,” not an escaped slave but a pointer “of the very finest breed and qualities.”The breezy account went on to relate how the dog, accompanying Mrs.
Lincoln’s barouche on. Lincoln's doctor's dog. An archaic reference in the publishing industry to the notion that the Lincolns doctors dog book to ensure a book is a bestseller is to write about Lincoln, dogs, or doctors.
This prompted one author to title his book, about publishing in the s, Lincoln s Doctor s Dog. --Why Van Johnson believes in ESP --Lincoln's doctor's dog --The second person --How not to write a novel --Cross in the water --Early warning --Douglas, apropos of nothing --Reflections on a village Rosh Hashona --I, Eliza Custis --The smile in the closet --Summoning Alice Keppel --Diarrhea of a writer.
Nobody yet has had the nerve to write a book called "Lincoln's Doctor's Dog" as far as I know but it's an almost sure fire best seller.
And think of the movie: Daniel Day Lewis once again playing Lincoln with Lincoln's doctor James Dipschwitz whose name we will change to Henry Van Ryne being played by Joaquin Phoenix and Lincoln's Doctor's Dog.
Reasoning from the knowledge that books on the American Civil War, doctors, and dogs usually sell well, Bennett Cerf once noted that a guaranteed best-seller would be titled "Lincoln's Doctor's Dog." Ruling out the pornographic, I wonder what the right blog.
If Lincoln or doctors or dogs were a true passion or concern, go ahead and write the hell out of it. But if selling books -- which was what the publisher hoped for -- were the goal, steer clear: Not only would the reader not believe you, you, yourself, would be left with nothing but scruffy fart flavors.
Having heard that books about Abraham Lincoln, doctors and dogs usually sell well, Mr. Grayson is calling his new hardcover book Lincoln's Doctor's Dog, and Other Stories." Except for an extra sentence or two and a couple of adjectives, that was the whole thing in a nutshell.
The macabre details of Abraham Lincoln’s final hours were described in a report written by a year-old Army captain named Charles A.
Leale, a doctor who was at Ford's Theatre the night the. Lincoln's doctor's dog. Philadelphia, New York [etc.] J.B. Lippincott Co. [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Stevens; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University.
Libraries). When they left town, the Lincolns gave the dog to the family of John E. Roll, who had known President Lincoln since New Salem days and whose sons, John L.
and Frank, were friends with Willie and Tad Lincoln. Lincoln’s friend and barber, William Fleurville, updated President Lincoln on Fido in an letter: Tell Taddy that his and Willie’s dog is alive and kicking, doing well.
Lincoln's Doctor's Dog. GEORGE STEVENS. Harry Sylvester was kind enough to say that I once "formulated a prescription for a sure-fire best-seller: a book on Lincoln's doctor's dog.".
And it turns out Lincoln was like more than a few of us whose pets have run of the house these days: He also left to those friends the dog's favorite horsehair sofa on which to nap, as well as a long, specific list of rules for how Fido was to be treated during his waking hours.
For example, Fido was not to be scolded if he came inside with muddy paws, and he was to be fed from the dinner table. The Lincoln's dog in Springfield was Fido, and in the White House they had a dog named Jip.
Fido was the first dog of a president that was photographed. The name Fido means "faithful". Fido was a. Well known to book collectors and booklovers, our site is an excellent resource for discovering a rough value of an old book. AbeBooks has been part of the rare book world since going live in When searching on it's important to find copies that match the book in your possession as accurately as possible.
Lincoln named the yellow mutt Fido -- Latin for “faithful” -- and the dog lived up to his name. Fido was Lincoln’s constant companion, following his master everywhere, from the post office, to the bakery, to William Florville’s barber shop, where Lincoln’s shaves cost $ a month.
For more information on Fido see the article entitled Lincoln’s Lost Dog by Dorothy Meserve Kunhardt in the Februissue of Life magazine. Another source of information is First Dogs by Roy Rowan and Brooke Janis.
The photograph of John Eddy Roll came from Ida M. Tarbell's The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln. I would like to thank Theodore (Ted) Ash for generously contributing the.
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