Esquire - The Meaning of Life : Wit, Wisdom, and Wonder from 65 Extraordinary People
A decade's worth of engaging, columns from intimate interviews with luminaries such as Yogi Berra, Mark Burnett, Robert De Niro, Ted Kennedy, John McCain, Jack Nicholson, and dozens more--offers unique personal perspective in a beautifully designed book. Every month in Esquire, the captains of industry (Jack Welch) and the pop culture icons (Gene Simmons, Loretta Lynn), the leaders (Rudolph Giuliani) and the loudmouths (Don Rickles), reveal their philosophy of life in the What I've Learned column. Ten entertaining years' worth of their often-humorous, always thoughtful advice, along with stunning portrait photography, is gathered in this sharply designed compilation. The contributors include Muhammad Ali, Bill O'Reilly, and Faye Dunaway; former Secretary of State Robert McNamara; Hugh Hefner; Elvis Costello, and Lou Reed; Suge Knight; and Julia Child.
- Hardback | 176 pages
- 221 x 281.9 x 25.4mm | 997.91g
- 01 Oct 2004
- Sterling Publishing Co Inc
- New York, United States
- over 100 colour photographs