Nora Ephron | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Leonore Fleischer

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Critical Essay by Leonore Fleischer

Quite early in [And Now Here's Johnny] the author shows her pique at the difficulty of telling the story of the "real" Johnny. The scores of people interviewed agree that he was a nice guy, but none could call themselves either close friends or bitter enemies. Carson, when interviewed, gave short, noncommittal answers. When it comes to keeping his private life private, he's "second only to Greta Garbo"…. Occasionally it gets a little salty, but for the most part this is a bland biography of an apparently bland guy doing a bland show and it should appeal to thousands of bland readers.

Leonore Fleischer, "Show Business: 'And Now Here's Johnny'," in Publishers Weekly (reprinted from the September 16, 1968, issue of Publishers Weekly by permission of the critic, published...

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