By Paul Auster
Auster narra sus primeras experiencias tras sentir l. a. llamada de los angeles escritura, una etapa de desarrollo, supervivencia y empeño por conseguir el dinero que le daría los angeles libertad para dedicarse a lo que realmente quería. l. a. narración llega hasta los treinta años de Auster y termina con l. a. muerte de su padre, que marca el inicio de los angeles obra más own del escritor. Su «Crónica de un fracaso precoz» es l. a. entrañable historia de formación y crecimiento de un joven que más tarde se convirtió en un reconocido autor.
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If nothing else, he brought McGraw up short. Following a June 1917 game McGraw punched Umpire Bill Byron after the two had exchanged hard words. Tener suspended the Giants' manager for sixteen days and fined him $500. McGraw, when asked by Sid Mercer, a New York reporter, to comment, delivered an angry tirade against Tener. Mercer included it in his article and, since it was such a vehement attack, went so far as to submit his copy to McGraw for approval before sending it in and filing similar stories for three other New York writers.
The case was heard by Judge Sheldon in Boston, who ruled for the Giants. He granted an injunction restraining Pulliam from enforcing the fine and ° Manager McGraw was also still technically listed as a player arid appeared in three games that season. POLITICS AND PARTISANS 27 suspension and the umpires from keeping McGraw off the field, on the ground that the whole procedure was "un-American," since McGraw had not been given a hearing and an opportunity to present a defense before being penalized.
A salto de mata: Crónica de un fracaso precoz by Paul Auster