Published November 1, 1996
by Grand Central Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
Primary Colors - An Anonymous novel on politics This is the story of a governor of "a state no one has heard of," Jack Stanton, in his pursuit for the presidency of the United States. The story is narrated from the first person point of view by Henry Burton, a bright, youngish black man who rises quickly to a key position on the Governor's presidential primary campaign staff/5(51). A brilliant and penetrating look behind the scenes of modern American politics, Primary Colors is a funny, wise, and dramatic story with characters and events that resemble some familiar, real-life figures. When a former congressional aide becomes part of the staff of the governor of a small Reviews: About Primary Colors. A brilliant and penetrating look behind the scenes of modern American politics, Primary Colors is a funny, wise, and dramatic story with characters and events that resemble some familiar, real-life figures. Primary Colors Book Summary and Study Guide. Joe Klein Booklist Joe Klein Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Primary Colors; Told through the eyes of young political consultant Harvey Burton, Klein's debut novel, a thinly-veiled portrait of the Democratic presidential primaries, is a biting satire of the political game.
With the Clintons at the center of another presidential campaign, the book (and film adaptation) suddenly feel relevant again. Twenty years ago, Primary Colors—a roman à clef loosely based on Bill Clinton's presidential campaign—dropped like a novel Author: Alex Scordelis. Pantone Colors This artful first colors book introduces children to 9 basic colors and 20 shades of each. Readers will immerse themselves in the concept that one color name actually refers to a variety of dark, light, and in-between tones. The three primary colors most frequently used are red, green, and blue. The colors purple (blue-red), azure (green-blue), and yellow are used in multicolor printing and in color photography, where colors are reproduced by the more complicated process of substractive mixing. Here's the surprising thing: "Primary Colors'' would seem just about as good, as tough and as smart, if there had never been a president named Bill Clinton. Of course the movie resonates with its parallels to the lives of Bill and Hillary Clinton, but it's a lot more than a disguised expose. It's a superb film--funny, insightful and very wise about the realities of political life.
Here are some favorite books that teach about Colors for Pre-K kids. This list contains Amazon affiliate links. I only list books my Pre-K students and I truly enjoy and find educational. Search for these at your library or click the book covers to go to Amazon. All book links are Amazon affiliate links. Tertiary Colors Mixing primary and secondary colors creates tertiary colors. Tertiary colors include: 1) Red-Violet 2) Blue-Violet 3) Blue-Green 4) Yellow Green 5) Red-Orange 6) Yellow-Orange On the color wheel, the tertiary colors are located between the primary and secondary colors they are made Size: 2MB. Loosely based on Governor Bill Clinton’s presidential bid, Joe Klein’s controversial novel Primary Colors was published anonymously in A film based on the novel was released in The controversy stemmed from the resemblance of many characters to real-life counterparts, leading many to believe that the novel must have been written by a political insider. Introduction to Color. Download the PDF version of this lesson plan.. Introduction. Color and color theory form the foundation of art as well as design. Gifted children are often tuned in to the aesthetic nature of things at an early age and can appreciate the nuances of color, as well as the way colors are blended, tinted and shaded.