Mad Women: The Other Side of Life on Madison Avenue in the '60s and Beyond

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Maas, Jane
Editorial: Thomas Dunne Books (2012)
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Descripción Thomas Dunne Books, 2012. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "You don't have to identify with Peggy Olson on Mad Men or even know who she is to appreciate Jane Maas's Mad Women . [a] breezy and salty memoir." The New York Times "How authentic is Peggy Olson, the young secretary-turned-copywriter on Mad Men ? Very real, judging from the fun memoir Mad Women by Jane Maas, a real-life Olson. Mad Women isn''t a straightforward memoir or companion book to the show. It''s more a witty, impressionistic whirl through 1960s Manhattan. Fans of the show will see echoes of the fictional Sterling Cooper ad men in Maas'' real-life colleagues. Maas is a great storyteller, and Mad Women stands enough on its own that even those who have never seen the TV show can enjoy the book. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner could probably find a few good plots in the changes that Maas notes have so far escaped Sterling Cooper." The Hollywood Reporter "Breezy and engaging [though] .The chief value of Mad Women is the witness it bears for younger women about the snobbery and sexism their mothers and grandmothers endured as the price of entry into mid-century American professional life." The Boston Globe "A bracing and consistently engaging look at the realities behind the fetishized nostalgia of Mad Men . Funny and informative, with the kick of a dry martini." -- Kirkus Reviews "Sex, money, liquor. and inspiration. All the ingredients of Mad Men are prents in Jane Maas's account of her career in 60s Manhattan." The Observer (UK) "Hilarious! Honest, intimate, this book tells it as it was." -- Mary Wells Lawrence, author of A Big Life (In Advertising) and founding president of Wells Rich Greene "I think of Jane Maas as a real-life Peggy Olsen. When I started at Ogilvy & Mather in 1971, a lowly Account Executive, she was already a creative director. She took me under her wing and taught me a lot about creative work that sells. Mad Women made me laugh. It also made me nostalgic for those legendary days when David Ogilvy roamed the corridors exhorting us all to come up with BIG IDEAS. And the book made me think again about working women. Jane reminds us that the challenge of being a good wife, a nurturing mother and a successful professional, all at the same time, still remains. In this respect, we are all Mad Women." Shelly Lazarus, Chairman of Ogilvy and Mather Worldwide "In the Mad Men TV show, the males are depicted as shtupping their secretaries as they drink and smoke themselves to death, with nary a female copywriter in sight. In this damn funny book, the talented Jane Maas, who lived through those days of struggle and sometimes humiliation, tells it like it really was." George Lois, Legendary Ad Man "The funniest book I've read since From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor." --Jerry Della Femina, chairman and CEO of Della Femina Advertising and author of the best-selling From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor "Truth is more fascinating than fiction. Maas tells the fascinating truth about mad men and the women in their boardrooms and bedrooms who juggled work, husbands and children successfully and had as much fun doing it as you will reading about it." Anne Tolstoi Maslon, former ad woman and author of Women's Work , Private Scores , and Trials "I thought I knew a lot about the advertising business, but Jane Maas gives us a unique peephole into the inner workings of Madison Avenue. Mad Women is a candid insider's view of the women--and men--who made modern advertising and what drove them. Great reading." -- Bob Liodice, CEO, Association of National Advertisers "Maas's humorous yet authoritative account of her life in advertising during the Mad Men era is a welcome look behind the curtain into a traditionally male world. Maas mixes personal stories with advertising history, making this a compelling read." Publishers Weekly "Part respectful homage to a glamorous and golden age, part good gossip over lunch at 21, Mad Wo. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0312640234

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