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Times Brief Letters to the Editor (Times)

  • 192 Pages
  • 1.64 MB
  • English
HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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Open LibraryOL7262969M
ISBN 100007166478
ISBN 139780007166473

Following on from the success of "The Times Brief Letters", this book presents another selection of the cream of Times letters: not sightings of first cuckoos and maunderings of retired civil servants, but pithy, funny and sometimes startling observations on topics from natural history to politics, and from sport and the arts to crime and punishment/5(3).

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The Times Brief Letters to the Editor Summary A selection of the wit and wisdom of The Times letters page from recent years, from discussions on Murphy's Law (the law governing the dropping of buttered toast) and the best method of making porridge, to the great issues of the day, such as the war in Afghanistan and the Euro debate.

Letters should preferably be to words, should refer to an article that has appeared within the last seven days, and must include the writer's address and phone number.

No attachments, please. Letters should be exclusive to The New York Times or The International New York Times. We do not publish open letters or third-party letters. To submit a letter to the editor, please email [email protected] Letters should include the writer’s full name, address and home telephone and may be edited for purposes of clarity and space.

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After nearly two decades, Noel Post, an editor for a major New York publishing house, returns to her childhood home in Salt Lake City to see her Author: Richard Paul Evans. The Sunday Times. Letters to the Editor*: [email protected] * for publication only; please include postal address and contact telephone numbers; Sunday Times News: [email protected]

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Letters-to-the-editor basics: Letters should be no more than words, including the writer’s name, location and, if relevant to the topic, affiliation. All letters are subject to editing for.

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Tips on Writing Letters to the Editor: Keep it short and address only one subject. Many newspapers have strict limits on the length of letters and have limited space to publish them. Keeping your letter brief will help assure that your important points are not cut out by the newspaper.

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The column was started by Abraham Cahan, the editor of Der Forverts (The Forward), in Recent Jewish immigrants, predominantly from Eastern Europe, asked for advice on various facets of their acculturation to America, including.

Conduct of bishops’ consecrations. From Mr Malcolm Dixon. Sir, — The statement issued by the Archbishops on Wednesday of last week (News, 17 July) about episcopal consecrations appears to have ridden roughshod over the due process normally expected.

The matters of location, minimising attendance, wearing of masks etc. are all related to the current pandemic and warrant an urgent. The Bintel Brief—“Bundle of Letters”—was the iconic advice column in the in by Forverts editor Abraham Cahan, the column was a forum in which readers could share their stories, seek counsel, and even find relatives.

The Bintel Brief was a valued resource for Jewish immigrants trying to establish a new American identity. These selections (from ) are a letter. We would all act to save a life in danger, writes foreign correspondent and former Time magazine editor Bryan Walsh in his new book End Times: A Brief Guide to the End of the World, and some large chunk of humanity would band together to save itself from the existential threat of, say, an approaching asteroid, or so we’d like to think.“By the same token,” Walsh writes, “shouldn’t we.

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Following are two letters sent to the New York Times in response to Sylvia Nasar's negative review of the new textbook, Inventing America (Norton), written by Pauline Maier, Merritt Roe Smith. Letters to the Editor: In times like these. Letters to the Editor: In times like these. Post to Facebook Cancel Send.

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