Abridged extract from My paper chase by Harold Evans published this week by Little, Brown.
Harold Evans, author of two histories of America, just published his memoir, My paper chase.
Harold Evans, author of two histories of America, just published his memoir, My paper chase .
Harold Evans is author of The American Century and My paper chase.
Part of Harold Evans' autobiography, My paper chase, just out in paperback, describes his travels in America.
But it's good fun; it's like a paper chase, or hare and hounds.
You may be a new girl, but dont forget the paper chase, said Betty.
Louise Preston told me that there was to be a paper chase and that youd tell me what to do.
Everybody ready for a paper chase at three oclock, Lois called out; no excuses need be offered for none will be accepted.
"We'll have a paper chase," suggested Jack, who was never at a loss.
An intense searching and collation of files, books, documents, etc, esp for the needs of ureaucrati pomp: Manuel's history of ideas carries the reader not on a paper chase but on a fascinating voyage
[1932+ British; fr the game of hare and hounds in which the quarry would leave a trail of scraps of paper, the term found by 1856; popularized in the US as the title of a film and a TV series, where the paper was a Harvard Law School degree]