6 edition of A day in the bleachers found in the catalog.
A day in the bleachers
Reprint. Originally published: New York : Crowell, 1955.
|Statement||Arnold Hano ; introduction by Roger Kahn.|
|Series||A Da Capo paperback|
|LC Classifications||GV873 .H27 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 153 p. :|
|Number of Pages||153|
|LC Control Number||81022153|
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A highlight was a piece by Arnold Hano in the first Fireside volume (): a chapter from his book A Day in the Bleachers. The book is a first person account of sitting in the Polo Grounds’ bleachers for Game 1 of the World Series. Arnold Philip Hano (born March 2, ) is an American editor, novelist, biographer and journalist, best known for his non-fiction work, A Day in the Bleachers, a critically acclaimed eyewitness account of Game 1 of the World Series, centered around its pivotal play, Willie Mays' famous catch and throw. The author of several sports biographies, and frequent contributor to such Born: Arnold Philip Hano, March 2, (age 97), .
One that bleaches or is used in bleaching. 2. often bleachers An often unroofed outdoor grandstand for seating spectators. pl n 1. a tier of seats in Bleachers - definition of bleachers by The Free Dictionary. Word of the Day; Help; For webmasters: Free content; Linking; Lookup box;. the bleachers i have read this a bit per day i thought it was good but i did not understand it as much untill i listen to it in all at once because reading it is using my thoughts not the authors! but listening is the author's thoughts and experiences.
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The format of the book is simple. In the author attended the opening game of the World Series between the New York Giants and the Cleveland Indians in the Polo Grounds in New York. He sat in the bleachers that day and then wrote a detailed account of his experience. The result is an interesting volume about baseball and life/5(29).
I first read A Day in the Bleachers more than 35 years ago. Rob Neyer's Power Ball made me think I needed to re-read this book. And I am glad that I did. Hano writes about his day watching game one of the World Series from the bleachers.
He mixes in /5. GREAT BOOK!!. I just finished reading BASES TO BLEACHERS: A COLLECTION OF PERSONAL BASEBALL STORIES FROM THE STANDS AND BEYOND by Eric C. Gray. I don't know how Gray managed to find and assemble this amazing collection.
I laughed out loud at the end of many of these stories--in astonishment. Of course, a lot of the stories are hysterically funny.5/5(41). “A Day in the Bleachers” was written by Arnold Hano inalthough I read the 50th Anniversary Edition. Ostensibly, the book is about one ball game, the first game of the World Series, with the Cleveland Indians visiting the New York Giants at the Polo Grounds in Harlem, New York City.
But there’s a. From the subway ride to the ballpark, through batting practice and warm-ups, to the game-winning home run, A Day in the Bleachers describes A day in the bleachers book by inning the strategies, heroics, and ineluctable rhythms of the opening game of the World Brand: Hachette Books.
A Day in the Bleachers was written with seeming ease in a few short weeks after the game. This account of one of the most famous games in the history of the sport, told from the perspective of a fan in the stands, soon came to be recognized as a classic of the : Arion Press.
The New York Times Book Review “[Grisham] makes this football game so real that the reader can almost see and hear it.”—The New York Times “Some of the best writing from Grisham [He] makes Bleachers sing.”—Los Angeles Times.
From the Publisher/5(). A key moment in Bleachers is in a title game. Crenshaw knocks out Rake because of a quarrel between them. Cut to present day, and Coach Rake is lying on his death bed from cancer. Many of his players are coming back to the high school to say goodbye.
Bleachers mostly takes place in the bleachers of the high school's stadium. Many players. A DAY IN THE BLEACHERS Reviewed by Michele Schiavone, Department of English, Marshall University. AUG archive.
Most people who pick up Arnold Hano’s reprinted classic, A Day in the Bleachers, will do so because the book is now subtitled “The 50th Anniversary of. Get this from a library. A day in the bleachers. [Arnold Hano] -- "Real baseball fans know that to really experience the spirit, joy, humanity, and humility of America's classic spoirt, you actually have to go to the game.
Inbefore there were flat-screen TVs. Bleachers Day 5 - Duration: Ryan Evans 1, views. ONE DAY at a Time by Danielle Steel Audiobook Full - Duration: Bleachers trailer by john grisham - Duration. Bases to Bleachers book. Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
One day during an afternoon at the ball park, author Eric Gray a /5. From the subway ride to the ballpark, through batting practice and warm-ups, to the game-winning home run, A Day in the Bleachers describes inning by inning the strategies, heroics, and ineluctable rhythms of the opening game of the World Series.
Here are the spectacular exploits of the Indians and Giants, and of a young player named Willie Mays, who made the most-talked-about 5/5(2). COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Bleachers by John Grisham This audio/book has no beginning and no end. It does not have a significant plot. I just wonder what Mr. Grisham had in mind when he wrote this book. Very very badly written book. I am very disappointed. I also think that Mr. Grisham should not read his own books.
This may have been a problem with the audio itself. The Bleachers: Novel Summary:Tuesday Text: Bleachers by John Grisham, Doubleday Large Print Edition, The novel has four sections instead of chapters: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, the days of the funeral vigil for Coach Eddie Rake.
The New York Times Book Review “[Grisham] makes this football game so real that the reader can almost see and hear it.”—The New York Times “Some of the best writing from Grisham [He] makes Bleachers sing.”—Los Angeles Times. Cathedral - $ Corporate Seating Available: Call for Pricing (Based on Location) Accomodates 50 people.
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KIRKUS REVIEW. A rundown of the World Series opener between the Giants and the Indians is a pleasant souvenir- for Giant fans- and an expression of an old enthusiasm which for Hano began at the age of four when. And this is a fan’s book.
His view of the game—Game 1 of the World Series, played at the Polo Grounds in New York against the Cleveland Indians—chronicles his feeling and reactions to the day and to the events of the : Don Coffin.San Francisco: The Arion Press, Ulriksen, Mark.
Limited Edition. No. of numbered copies, quarto size, pp., signed by Arnold Hano and Mark Ulriksen. Item # A Day in the Bleachers, first published in by Thomas Y. Crowell, is a firsthand account of the first game in the World Series, between the New York Giants and.
That chapter alone makes reading Hano’s book worthwhile. A Day in the Bleachers was the first of the genre of “deep inside” baseball books, which includes Daniel Okrent’s Nine Innings: The Anatomy of Baseball As Seen Through the Playing of a Single Game; Charles Euchner’s The Last Nine Innings: Inside the Real Game Fans Never See.