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A. J. Liebling, born October 18, 1904, joined the staff of The New Yorker in 1935 and contributed innumerable articles before his death in 1963.
A. J. Liebling; Introduction by David Remnick
Abbott Joseph Liebling was one of the greatest of all New Yorker writers, a colorful figure who helped set the magazine's urbane tone and style. Just Enough Liebling gathers in one...
A. J. Liebling
New Yorker writer A.J. Liebling recalls his Parisian apprenticeship in the fine art of eating in this charming memoir.
A. J. Liebling; With a Foreword by Robert Anasi
A.J. Liebling's classic New Yorker pieces on the "sweet science of bruising" bring vividly to life the boxing world as it once was. It depicts the great events of boxing's American heyday:...
A.J. Liebling Edited by Fred Warner and James Barbour
Fifteen previously unpublished boxing pieces written between 1952 and 1963.Demonstrating A.J. Liebling’s abiding passion for the “sweet science” of boxing, A Neutral...
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