Rejected Works of Famous People
EVERY famous author has encountered rejection of his work. Therefore, you have not had access to these never before published works...until now. For the first time, in Volume One, you may now read these recently discovered literary treasures: "Incident at a Drycleaner" by Ernest Hemingway; Edgar Allan Poe's "Letter to the Editor protesting local nuisance dogs;" "Third Grade Diary Entry" from Sigmund Freud; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "Sherlock Holmes at Wal-Mart;" Captain James T Kirk's letter to a teacher, "Please excuse my son next Thursday;" The uncensored ending of "Gone With the Wind;" and many more. Each selection includes: A brief biography, including a portrait of the author; the work itself in its original form; and the official reason for the rejection.
- Paperback | 145 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 9.4mm | 276.69g
- 26 Aug 2011
- London, United Kingdom