Wild Ducks Flying Backward

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9780553383539: Wild Ducks Flying Backward

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Known for his meaty seriocomic novels, Tom Robbins s shorter work has appeared in publications ranging from "Esquire" to "Harper s," from "Playboy" to the "New York Times." Collected here for the first time in paperback, the essays, articles, observations and even some untypical country-music lyrics offer a rare overview of the eclectic sensibility of an American original.
Whether rocking with the Doors, depoliticizing Picasso s "Guernica, " lamenting the angst-ridden state of contemporary literature, or drooling over tomato sandwiches and a species of womanhood he calls the genius waitress, Tom Robbins s briefer writings exhibit the five traits that perhaps best characterize his novels: an imaginative wit, a cheerfully brash disregard for convention, a sweetly nasty eroticism, a mystical but keenly observant eye, and an irrepressible love of language. Embedded in this primarily journalistic compilation are brand-new short stories, a sheaf of largely unpublished poems, and an offbeat assessment of our divided nation. Wherever you open Wild Ducks Flying Backward," " you ll encounter the serious playfulness that percolates from the mind of a self-described romantic Zen hedonist and stray dog in the banquet halls of culture. "

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"Hilarious."--"New York Times Book Review
""A treat. Robbins is fearless, original, mind-expanding and funny as hell."--"San Diego Union-Tribune"

A single sentence from Robbins is worth the price of admission. "Columbus Dispatch "(Ohio)
Hilarious. "New York Times Book Review
" A treat. Robbins is fearless, original, mind-expanding and funny as hell. "San Diego Union-Tribune""

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Descripción Random House USA Inc, United States, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. 203 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Known for his meaty seriocomic novels, Tom Robbins s shorter work has appeared in publications ranging from Esquire to Harper s, from Playboy to the New York Times. Collected here for the first time in paperback, the essays, articles, observations and even some untypical country-music lyrics offer a rare overview of the eclectic sensibility of an American original. Whether rocking with the Doors, depoliticizing Picasso s Guernica, lamenting the angst-ridden state of contemporary literature, or drooling over tomato sandwiches and a species of womanhood he calls the genius waitress, Tom Robbins s briefer writings exhibit the five traits that perhaps best characterize his novels: an imaginative wit, a cheerfully brash disregard for convention, a sweetly nasty eroticism, a mystical but keenly observant eye, and an irrepressible love of language. Embedded in this primarily journalistic compilation are brand-new short stories, a sheaf of largely unpublished poems, and an offbeat assessment of our divided nation. Wherever you open Wild Ducks Flying Backward, you ll encounter the serious playfulness that percolates from the mind of a self-described romantic Zen hedonist and stray dog in the banquet halls of culture. Nº de ref. de la librería ABZ9780553383539

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Descripción Bantam. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 272 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.5in. x 0.7in.Known for his meaty seriocomic novels, Tom Robbinss shorter work has appeared in publications ranging from Esquire to Harpers, from Playboy to the New York Times. Collected here for the first time in paperback, the essays, articles, observationsand even some untypical country-music lyricsoffer a rare overview of the eclectic sensibility of an American original. Whether rocking with the Doors, depoliticizing Picassos Guernica, lamenting the angst-ridden state of contemporary literature, or drooling over tomato sandwiches and a species of womanhood he calls the genius waitress, Tom Robbinss briefer writings exhibit the five traits that perhaps best characterize his novels: an imaginative wit, a cheerfully brash disregard for convention, a sweetly nasty eroticism, a mystical but keenly observant eye, and an irrepressible love of language. Embedded in this primarily journalistic compilation are brand-new short stories, a sheaf of largely unpublished poems, and an offbeat assessment of our divided nation. Wherever you open Wild Ducks Flying Backward, youll encounter the serious playfulness that percolates from the mind of a self-described romantic Zen hedonist and stray dog in the banquet halls of culture. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780553383539

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