Goebbels and Gladys: A Novel of Fleet Street

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  • ISBN-13: 9780897331302
  • Publisher: Chicago Review Press, Incorporate
  • Publication date: 5/28/1985
  • Pages: 188

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2004

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    ¿GOEBBELS & GLADYS¿ is a book about newspapers and the stories they tell. Journalist Hedley Verity writes about royal indiscretions, spies in high places, political sex scandals, the untold secrets of World War II and other stories that are believed to sell newspapers. The story he is currently preparing, or making up, depending on how you look at it - Verity's own phrase is 'instinctive journalism' - is the secret love life of Goebbels, 'the PR man with the most difficult client in the world.' Goebbels was like a publicity man, who provided information about Hitler. Hedley do not remember how he became interesting in Goebbels, the unknown evil genius of Third Reich, but it generated so much enthusiasm that he put his own ideas away for another time. Verity does most of his writing at home, which he shares with Gladys, his black girlfriend, whose only drawback is that she wants to live in a country cottage. He is fond of Gladys and wants her to marry, but he has to wait until she gets her divorce. As a charakter she doesn't exactly leap off the page as a fully rounded human being. Verity regards his desk at the office as his place in the hive, where he enjoys the company of colleagues and the gossip about who's crawling up the ladder and who's screwing who. For Verity his newspaper is a gentle place, 'a protection against the world outside.' In other hand, he could abandon everything and just for the sake of a lot more money. Goebbels and Gladys and the other people in Verity's life - like his colleague and friend Harry Beans, who believes that Nixon is innocent and that Kennedy worked for the KGB - lead him into series of adventures that have curious consequences and provide sharp, ironic, very funny insights into the intrigues and little white lies of the media. This book is amazing! All that journalistic tricks of the trade makes you feel like one of the book¿s characters. This can be cause by the fact that Keith Colquhoun has worked as an editor of a newspaper. And we can¿t deny that the author is a sensitive and gifted writer.

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