Joe Klein's Primary Concern: Bill Clinton's Biographer Wants Us to Remember the Former President for His Successes, Not His Scandals. (Biography)
Langer, Adam, Book
AS A PHOTOGRAPHER LEADS HIM through a dark, echoing tunnel in Central Park to set up a shot, Joe Klein bristles. "Oh no," he says, slapping his palms against his pants. "You're doing that whole shadowy, `anonymous' thing."
Klein's through with that schtick. It was fine for 1996's Primary Colors--his anonymously penned succes de scandale that fictionalized backstage shenanigans in the '92 Clinton campaign, a book that momentarily made Klein a pariah in the media world for insisting he hadn't written it even after it became clear he had. But now there'll be no posing for pictures in dim, mysterious places, no shots with a paper bag over his head. Jane Austen didn't shill that …
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Publication information: Article title: Joe Klein's Primary Concern: Bill Clinton's Biographer Wants Us to Remember the Former President for His Successes, Not His Scandals. (Biography). Contributors: Langer, Adam - Author. Magazine title: Book. Publication date: March-April 2002. Page number: 23+. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2002 Gale Group.
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