Mad As Hell: The Life And Work Of Paddy Chayefsky
That Paddy Chayefsky was the greatest writer ever to emerge from television's fabled "Golden Age" is unquestionable. But that his work for television, theatre, and film firmly places him alongside his most heralded contemporaries - Arthur Miller, William Inge, and Tennessee Williams - is the compelling thesis of Mad as Hell: The Life and Work of Paddy Chayefsky by Shaun Considine.
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Backinprint.Com
- ISBN-13: 9780595120291
- ISBN: 0595120296
- Publication Year: 2000