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The Making Of... by Vanity Fair

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Vanity Fair, Grow by Facebook and Founders Forum

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Brought to you by Vanity Fair, Founders Forum and Grow by Facebook, The Making Of… explores the moments that have shaped the lives of the people who are in turn shaping ours. Clemency Burton-Hill speaks to those individuals who are defining the modern world, including internet entrepreneurs, authors, scientists, media moguls and fashion icons, and asks them about the key moments that made them. Guests for season one include Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia; Eva Chen, Fashion Director at ...
 
If you've enjoyed watching the 1998 BBC television miniseries, you'd probably want to renew your acquaintance with William Makepeace Thackeray's 1847 novel, Vanity Fair. However, if you're unfamiliar with what has been dubbed one of the Best 100 Books in English Literature, you certainly have a treat ahead. Miss Pinkerton's Academy in Chiswick Mall in London is where young ladies with ambitions of making a good marriage are sent by their socially aspiring middleclass parents. Two young ladie ...
 
It’s the groves of academe: Bennington College, the wildest and wickedest school in America. In the last great decade: the 1980s. Bennington class of ’86, class of Bret Easton Ellis, future writer of American Psycho and co-leader of the literary Brat Pack; Jonathan Lethem, future writer of Motherless Brooklyn and MacArthur Fellow; and Donna Tartt, future writer of The Secret History and Pulitzer Prize winner. All three are, at various times, infatuated and disappointed with one another, thei ...
 
A weekly podcast from Vanity Fair's Josh Duboff and Julie Miller exploring the ins and outs of pop culture, entertainment, and celebrity. Pour yourself a glass of champagne (or two), and join us as we go in-depth on the celebrity narratives and storylines— from Kate Middleton to the Kardashians— we are obsessed with each week.
 
George Wayne, the Bard of Manhattan, former publisher of iconic R.O.M.E. magazine, and Vanity Fair's celebrity interviewer for more than two decades takes his genius to a new medium to ask celebrities the questions you want answered.Listen to how your favorite celebrity climbed to the top, what it's like at the apex, and what drives them now. GW gets all the juicy tidbits of celebrity life while discussing important social issues with eclectic and creative individuals that we all have come t ...
 
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Manifesto!

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Manifesto!

Manifesto! A Podcast

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Your regular visit to the archives of vanity, where men who had stopped making myths turned to issuing commandments. Your guides for this journey are the writers Phil Klay and Jacob Siegel, along with their trusty engineer, the indefatigable Adam Chimera. May you continue to be a person. April 22: Join us for a special live episode of Manifesto! A Podcast with special guest Vinson Cunningham to discuss Pope Francis’ Fratelli Tutti and Jackie Sibblies Drury’s play Fairview. Event held virtual ...
 
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Bennington and New York City. Autumn, 1985-spring, 1986. Less Than Zero is published and Bret becomes a cultural phenomenon. Bret also becomes a college senior. The most famous artist of the 20th century crashes his graduation party. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Bennington. Autumn, 1983-Spring, 1986. Donna begins The Secret History. Donna throws tea parties and frequents martini hours. Donna bides her time. Jonathan drops out of Bennington only to hang around Bennington. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesC13Originals tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Joseph Keegin to discuss Nicolás Gómez Dávila‘s “The Authentic Reactionary,” and Chaim Grade’s classic of Yiddish literature: “My Quarrel with Hersh Rasseyner” The Manifesto: Nicolás Gómez Dávila‘s “The Authentic Reactionary” https://isi.org/modern-age/the-authentic-reactionary/ The Art: Chaim Grade’s “My Quarrel with He…
 
Phil is joined by Samuel Moyn to discuss his new book, Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War, alongside Kathe Kollwitz's The Survivors The Manifesto: Samuel Moyn - Humane: How the United States Abandoned Peace and Reinvented War https://us.macmillan.com/books/9780374173708/humane The Art: Kathe Kollwitz, The Survivors htt…
 
Bennington. Autumn, 1982. Donna falls under the thrall of a magus-like professor, and the very small, very elite, very male band of students to whom he teaches Ancient Greek. “I can absolutely distinctly remember the three of them, and then the four of them—the three guys but then the four. The guys with Donna.” Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
 
Los Angeles, 1981-1982. “This rumor went around in 1981, 1982, that kids just were brought to see the body of another kid.” The origin story of Bret Easton Ellis (and Less Than Zero), Part Two. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesC13Originals tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Bennington. Autumn, 1982. Donna, Jonathan and Bret arrive on the campus of the school nicknamed “The Little Red Whorehouse on the Hill.” One of them comes with a steamer trunk. One of them comes with a Kangol cap. One of them comes with a “suitcase full of drugs.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
It’s the groves of academe: Bennington College, the wildest and wickedest school in America. In the last great decade: the 1980s. Bennington class of ’86, class of Bret Easton Ellis, future writer of American Psycho and co-leader of the literary Brat Pack; Jonathan Lethem, future writer of Motherless Brooklyn and MacArthur Fellow; and Donna Tartt, …
 
When Hollywood mogul Walter Wanger (Jon Hamm) shot an agent he suspected was having an affair with his actress wife, Joan Bennett (Zooey Deschanel) — one of the key femme fatales of 1940s film noir — Bennett was the one who paid a public price for her husband’s crimes. Joan and Walter’s granddaughter/filmmaker Vanessa Hope, and film historian/podca…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Scott Beauchamp to discuss his new book, Did You Kill Anyone? Reunderstanding My Military Experience as a Critique of Modern Culture, and Alistair Macleod's "The Closing Down of Summer" The Manifesto: Scott Beauchamp, Did You Kill Anyone? Reunderstanding My Military Experience as a Critique of Modern Culture Read an exce…
 
We're excited to be bringing you a sneak peek at the latest from our friends at Bon Appétit! Healthyish is a six-part mini-series that takes on food and wellness in all their delicious complexity. Join host Amanda Shapiro (editorial director of Bon Appétit and the founding editor of Healthyish) along with professional chefs, home cooks, foragers, a…
 
A special live episode of Manifesto! A Podcast courtesy of Fairfield University's Inspired Writers Series. Jake and Phil are joined by Vinson Cunningham, a theater critic and staff writer at the New Yorker, to discuss Pope Francis' Fratelli Tutti and Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview. The Manifesto: Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti http://www.vatican.va…
 
Phil is joined by Eugene McCarraher, Professor of the Humanities and History at Villanova University, to discuss his article "A Providentialism Without God: The Case Against Meritocracy" as well as Goya's "The Dream of Reason Produces Monsters" The Manifesto: Eugene McCarraher, "A Providentialism Without God: The Case Against Meritocracy" https://w…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Geoff Shullenberg of Outsider Theory to discuss Herbert Marcuse's "Repressive Tolerance" and Franz Kafka's "The Judgement". The Manifesto: Herbert Marcuse, "Repressive Tolerance" https://www.marcuse.org/herbert/publications/1960s/1965-repressive-tolerance-fulltext.html The Art: Franz Kafka, "The Judgement" https://www.ka…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Alana Newhouse to discuss her essay “Everything Is Broken” and the Ani DiFranco live album “Living in Clip.” The Manifesto: Alana Newhouse, Everything is Broken https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/everything-is-broken The Art: Ani DiFranco, Living in Clip https://anidifranco.bandcamp.com/album/living-in-clip…
 
Jake and Phil discuss Jan Kott's "King Lear or Endgame" and George Oppen's "Psalm." The Manifesto: Jan Kott, "King Lear or Endgame" https://t.co/L9FRGoRD3L?amp=1 The Art: George Oppen's "Psalm" https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poetrymagazine/poems/29449/psalm-56d212ff620c5Manifesto! A Podcast tarafından oluşturuldu
 
George Wayne takes us on a fashion forward trip with world renowned designer Frederick Anderson. The journey begins in the 1990s during New York City's fashion renaissance. We follow Frederick from the fabled Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) to his first fashion brand Anderson Hannant, and finish with his most recent collection. Frederick prov…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Carlos Lozada to discuss his new book, What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era, and the chapter "Decent People" from Garth Greenwell's Cleanness. The Manifesto: Carlos Lozada, What Were We Thinking: A Brief Intellectual History of the Trump Era https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/What-Were…
 
This week Jake and Phil are joined by special guest Jesse Walker of Reason Magazine to discuss William S. Burroughs The Revised Boy Scout Manual and Charles Ridley's short anti-Nazi propaganda film, Schichlegruber Doing the Lambeth Walk (assisted by the Gestapo 'Hep-Cats') The Manifesto: William S. Burroughs, The Revised Boy Scout Manual https://oh…
 
Phil and Jake are joined by Ian Marcus Corbin to discuss Joseph Conrad's Preface and Saul Bellow's "Mosby's Memoirs" The Manifesto: Conrad, The Preface https://www.gutenberg.org/files/17731/17731-h/17731-h.htm#link2H_PREF The Art: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1968/07/20/mosbys-memoirsManifesto! A Podcast tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The only thing wilder than Traci on camera, is Traci off camera. Also: Traci gets a rival; Traci gets a company; Traci gets a passport; and Traci gets busted. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesC13Originals tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Elliot Ackerman to discuss Ernst Junger’s 1934 essay On Pain, alongside Elliot’s A Battle in Fallujah, Revisited, an excerpt of his memoir, Places and Names. The Manifesto Ernst Junger, On Pain https://www.amazon.com/Pain-Ernst-J%C3%BCnger/dp/0914386409 The Art Elliot Ackerman, A Battle in Fallujah, Revisted https://www.…
 
Jake and Phil are joined by Paul Berman to discuss The Plague, by Albert Camus. The Manifesto: Albert Camus, The Plague (the second half of Part II) The Art: Albert Camus, The Plague (the second half of Part II) Works Discussed Paul Berman, "Modern Times" https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/paul-berman-modern-times-1 Paul Berman, Terro…
 
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