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Farewell, Erich Segal – "love means never having to say you are sorry"

Farewell, Erich Segal - "love means never having to say you are sorry"
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Erich Wolf Segal (June 16, 1937 – January 17, 2010) was an American author, screenwriter, and educator.

Early life

The son of a rabbi, Segal attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn and traveled to Switzerland to take summer courses. He attended Harvard College, graduating as both the class poet and Latin salutatorian in 1958, after which he obtained his master’s degree (in 1959) and a doctorate (in 1965) in comparative literature, from Harvard University.[1]

Teaching career

Segal was a professor of Greek and Latin literature at Harvard University, Yale University and Princeton University. He had been a senior research fellow and subsequently an honourary fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.

Writing career
Yellow Submarine

In 1967, from the story by Lee Minoff, he wrote the screenplay for The Beatles’ 1968 motion picture, Yellow Submarine.

Love Story

In the late 1960s, Segal collaborated on other screenplays, and also had written a synthetic romantic story by himself about a Harvard student and a Radcliffe student, but failed to sell it. However, literary agent Lois Wallace at the William Morris Agency suggested he turn the script into a novel and the result was a literary and motion picture phenomenon called Love Story. A New York Times No. 1 bestseller, the book became the top selling work of fiction for 1970 in the United States, and was translated into 33 languages worldwide. The motion picture of the same name was the number one box office attraction of 1971.

Segal went on to write more novels and screenplays, including the 1977 sequel to Love Story, called Oliver’s Story.
Writing and teaching after Love Story

He published a number of scholarly works as well as teaching at the university level. He acted as a visiting professor for the University of Munich, Princeton University, and Dartmouth College. He wrote widely on Greek and Latin literature. His novel The Class (1985), a saga based on the Harvard Class of 1958, was also a bestseller, and won literary honour in France and Italy.[citation needed] Doctors was another New York Times bestseller from Segal.

Segal was married to Karen Marianne James from 1975; they had two daughters, Miranda and Francesca Segal. Francesca, born in 1980, is a freelance journalist and literary critic and currently The Observer’s Debut Fiction columnist.


Segal died from a heart attack on January 17, 2010 [2] and was buried in London. In a eulogy delivered at his funeral, his daughter Francesca said, "That he fought to breathe, fought to live, every second of the last 30 years of illness with such mind-blowing obduracy, is a testament to the core of who he was — a blind obsessionality that saw him pursue his teaching, his writing, his running and my mother, with just the same tenacity. He was the most dogged man any of us will ever know."


Yellow Submarine (1968)
The Games (1970)
R.P.M. (1970)
Love Story (1970)
Jennifer on My Mind (1971)
Oliver’s Story (1978)
A Change of Seasons (1980)
Man, Woman and Child (1983)
The Comedy of Plautus (1968)
Love Story (1970)
Fairy Tale (1973)
Oliver’s Story (1977)


The Comedy of Plautus (1968)
Love Story (1970)
Fairy Tale (1973)
Oliver’s Story (1977)
Man, Woman and Child (1980)
Millar, Fergus; Erich Segal (1984). Caesar Augustus: Seven Aspects.
The Class (1985)
Doctors (1988)
Acts of Faith (1992)
Prizes (1995)
Only Love (1998)
The Death of Comedy (2001)
Oxford Readings in Greek Tragedy (2001)
Oxford Readings in Menander, Plautus, and Terence (2002)

kiss off

kiss off
For six months I have been myself. Sleeping in, walking the dogs. Breaking things with Morgann. Chatting online in Gmail with my best friend, Melissa. I had a brief stint as a temp before the holidays, where I begrudgingly wore my professional attire, and was on my best behavior, as it was a very, very professional atmosphere.
Aside from that very odd assignment, wherein I reverse engineered a UFO with Bob Lazar (not really, but it was that weird), I have been unemployed. Then almost two months ago the incomparable Ara got me an interview where she works downtown. It wasn’t glamorous, it didn’t pay well, but something is better than nothing, so I took the job. And I have been loving it. Low stress. I can wear whatever I want. My tattoos? I’m clean cut as far as my coworkers go. Pigtails? Who cares? We listen to the radio at top volume. We cut obscene photos from the ad section of The Mercury and tack them up next to the Sexual Harassment poster in the break room. (They are always taken down eventually, but it’s quite a riot at lunch time to see something new on the board.) This is the most low-key, easy, fun job I’ve ever had in my adult life. It makes running the photo lab seem difficult and stressful by comparison. Sure, I’m a photocopier jockey, sure I have to get up at 5 am, but it’s been fun. (As an aside, Ara works in a totally different department and is far too clean cut and professional to work in the pit with the rest of us! I say that in a very complimentary way, might I point out.)
So here I am, committed to this mindless fun job as I finish my degree.
And last week the phone rings. The non-profit where I worked before, in suits and dress shoes, offered me a full time job. They had an opening, posted a job listing on craigslist, in one afternoon received over 200 resumes, none of them qualified or worthwhile. Someone said, "God, I wish we had Jenna!" so the HR manager called me, on the off chance I could come back.
I didn’t want to, but had a number in mind, an hourly wage, and if they met or exceeded that number, I would realistically have to take the job despite having fun being grungy and relaxed at my current job. They exceeded the number…and I had to take the job.
The non-profit has a religious connection so in my mind I have sold my soul to the Catholic church because they were the highest bidder. God will now be buying my beer and birth control pills. : )
But I have to put away my tee shirts, my jeans, my personality. I was even told I am "vivacious" and have to "reel in" my personality. I was told on no uncertain terms that a "camisole goes a long way in extending a professional wardrobe". I could wear a habit, and this chest would still be obvious. But money talks. So next week is my last week of comfort, before I go work in a professional environment again, drag out my nice work clothes, put away the sneakers, tone down the pink eye shadow, and behave like a house plant so I don’t get reprimanded.
Kiss off, indeed.
On the bright side, I can finally afford to replace my tripod and buy some more 120 Velvia for the tulip festival.
So if you notice I’m more outrageous in person moving forward than you’re used to? It’s because I have to bottle it up for 40 hours a week.
You have been warned.
best degree to have

best degree to have

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