A highly unusual, spare, elemental picture made on a low budget by Irving Lerner—a lesson in moviemaking.
The 158-Pound Marriage By John Irving This novel by Irving, written in 1973, is my favorite of his.
SIPC appoints the trustee—in the Madoff case, Irving Picard—to recover as much money from the bankrupt firm as he can.
Back in Cambridge, spend the night at Irving House, a quick walk from Harvard Yard.
Kohn, according to bankruptcy trustee Irving Picard, may be even worse than the now-jailed Madoff.
St. Clair marches, Wayne marches, Irving follows with his regiment.
This fact has been presented by Irving, with delightful humor.
Con and I don't feel like going home just yet, and Mrs. Irving has elected to be audience instead of actor.
Irving's minor writings are suffused with a delightful humor.
Prior to the Revolution Irving was colonel of the Boston regiment.