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a writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else

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8220;The rich have been hiring ghost writers to tell their personal life stories since the invention of the printing press.
Salha said: "We have refined the concept of the ghost writer to meet the requirements of special needs people who want to tell their stories but are unable to do so without assistance.
Based on the novel by best-selling British author and former political editor, Robert Harris, it tells the story of a ghost writer, played by Ewan McGregor, who's sent to a desolate island to help the former British Prime Minister Adam Lang (Pierce Brosnan) finish his memoirs.
On arrival, the anonymous ghost writer is drawn into political and sexual intrigue, while the threat of a war crimes trial looms over Lang and a mysterious secret from his past threatens to jeopardise international relations.
What he has talked to Obama about: that neither used ghost writers on their recent books.
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Few personalities with any stake in the future are willing to reveal themselves in a truly unflattering light, and most rely on ghost writers, which gives their memoirs a synthetic flavor, both collaborators becoming ventriloquist and dummy at the same time.
He provided his public with a steady stream of books in series - form and started a syndicate with a stable of ghost writers for whom he provided outlines and ideas.
Both books are major excavations of what otherwise goes without saying or commemoration within the Freudian corpus, all the way to Freud's dead baby brother Julius, who, it turns out, was one of the main ghost writers of psychoanalysis.