Talk:An Infinity of Mirrors

From Citizendium
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This article is developing and not approved.
Main Article
Related Articles  [?]
Bibliography  [?]
External Links  [?]
Citable Version  [?]
To learn how to update the categories for this article, see here. To update categories, edit the metadata template.
 Definition Fifth novel by Richard Condon, celebrated writer of political thrillers, published in 1964. [d] [e]
Checklist and Archives
 Workgroup category Literature [Editors asked to check categories]
 Talk Archive none  English language variant American English

Stuff to put into Main Article

  • page 60 Gretel's husband, Generalleutnant Franz Heller, called Hansel
  • page 82 mention of Doctor A. Weiler
  • page 71 et al -- wonderful dinner
  • page 99 preposterous trivia: Miles-Meltzer wore a pearl-gray cummerband and sapphire studs: his black satin tie was floppy, in the bohemian manner, and he wore brushed-silver spectacles with sapphire linchpins on either side. For the sixth year in a row he had been voted the best-dressed man in northern Europe -- which meant the world, he explained, because the British had slipped horribly and there was no one else.
  • page 151 Maître Gitlin -- a lawyer named Gitlin also appears at the end in Any God Will Do. Apparently there was a big New York literary agent named Paul Gitlin but he was not, apparently, Condon's agent. But Condon obviously knew of him.