Ledger’s ‘Last Days’ in Esquire’s Words
Mar08

Ledger’s ‘Last Days’ in Esquire’s Words

Esquire helped pioneer New Journalism in the 1960s with writers Gay Talese, Hunter S. Thompson and Tom Wolfe. The magazine continues the tradition with “The Last Days of Heath Ledger” by Lisa Taddeo in the April issue, on newsstands next week. “Days,” written in the first person as if it were Ledger’s own diary, is a fictionalized account of his last days in London and New York. Ledger eats Moroccan food in...

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