Morning Journey

Morning Journey

by James Hilton

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Morning Journey by James Hilton

George Hare (of Hare, Briggs, Burton, and Kurtnitz) met Carey Arundel for the first time at the annual Critics' Dinner at Verino's. She was to receive a plaque for the best actress performance of the year, Greg Wilson was to get the actor's, and Paul Saffron the director's. These dinners were rather stuffy affairs, but the awards were worth getting; this year Morning Journey was the picture that had swept the board, all the winners having scored in it. George had seen the picture and thought it good, if a trifle tricky. He was far more concerned with his luck in being next to Carey at the dinner, for his own well-concealed importance in the movie world did not always receive such rewards. George had an eye for beauty which, combined with a somewhat cynical nose for fame, made him take special notice of her. Of course he had seen her on the stage as well as on the screen, but he thought she looked best of all in real life-which meant, even more remarkably, that she looked really alive at a party such as this, not merely brought to life by ambition or liquor.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781721550982
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/19/2018
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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