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Letterman: The Last Giant of Late Night
by Jason Zinoman



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<em>New York Times</em> comedy critic Jason Zinoman delivers the definitive story of the life and artistic legacy of David Letterman, the greatest television talk show host of all time and the signature comedic voice of a generation.

In a career spanning more than thirty years, David Letterman redefined the modern talk show with an ironic comic style that transcended traditional television. While he remains one of the most famous stars in America, he is a remote, even reclusive, figure whose career is widely misunderstood. In Letterman, Jason Zinoman, the first comedy critic in the history of the <em>New York Times</em>, mixes groundbreaking reporting with unprecedented access and probing critical analysis to explain the unique entertainer’s titanic legacy. Moving from his early days in Indiana to his retirement, Zinoman goes behind the scenes of Letterman’s television career to illuminate the origins of his revolutionary comedy, its overlooked influences, and how his work intersects with and reveals his famously eccentric personality.

Zinoman argues that Letterman had three great artistic periods, each distinct and part of his evolution. As he examines key broadcasting moments—&#x22;Stupid Pet Tricks&#x22; and other captivating segments that defined <em>Late Night with David Letterman</em>—he illuminates Letterman’s relationship to his writers, and in particular, the show’s co-creator, Merrill Markoe, with whom Letterman shared a long professional and personal connection.

To understand popular culture today, it’s necessary to understand David Letterman. With this revealing biography, Zinoman offers a perceptive analysis of the man and the artist whose ironic voice and caustic meta-humor was critical to an entire generation of comedians and viewers—and whose singular style ushered in new tropes that have become clichés in comedy today.








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Their relationship eroded to the point where they were barely speakingEarly on, when Late Night With David Letterman defined his snark as the ideally frivolous antidote to the Reagan eras cant, he passed himself off as, and possibly even was, a glib Hoosier wiseacre with no use for earnestness except as fodder for parody13 Join the Nation's ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs New bio: Why David Letterman is hiding behind that beard James Endrst , Special for USA TODAY 12:23 p.m.Suggestive as it is of rage, not just a chronic case of the Eeyore blues, the striking word seething is a useful window into Lettermans uniquenessJimmy Kimmel called the late-night talk show host &ldquo;my Jesus&rdquo; and Jon Stewart deemed him &ldquo;an epiphany.&rdquo; The author breaks down the counterculture humor that made the landmark Late Night with David Letterman special, and he examines how success corroded the rapport between the neurotic star and his collaborators, including Merrill Markoe, his creative muse and longtime (and long-suffering) girlfriendPlease upgrade your browserScholars of TV history will also appreciate how Letterman drew from predecessors such as Jack Paar and Steven Allen, and later influenced Jon Stewart and othersDespite Zinomans Generation X birth date, he knows his television history well enough to argue that Letterman was as much a throwback to midcentury TV as a postmodern iconoclast, modulating from Steve Allens style (waggish, superior and happily ridiculous) to Jack Paars (neurotic, confessional, tormented)In fact, David Letterman is an integral part of popular culture over several generations

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