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Still Life With Brass Pole - Craig Machen
Still Life With Brass Pole
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Format: kindle
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
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Dutch rated it
5.0 Still Life With Brass Pole
A fun yet heartbreaking memoir written by my friend Craig! No review - as it would be biased. :)
JeffreyKeeten rated it
I am so familiar with the parts of Oklahoma, California, and Arizona that Craig refers to in this book. The first two years I lived in Phoenix I spent most of my time on Thomas Road. I lived on Thomas Road in a crapola set of apartments called Sunnyside or Sunset or Sunrise. One of those places t...
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Adriana Reads rated it
5.0 Still Life With Brass Pole
I don't know what to make of this memoir. It was written in a light and engaging manner, but at the same time, Mr. Machen was brutally honest in recounting the events of his youth, events that would have broken a lesser man. I found his natural reactions to these events alternately heartbreaking, ...
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5.0 Still Life With Brass Pole
The names have been changed to protect the not so innocent in Craig Machen's coming-of-age memoir Still Life With Brass Pole. If this were set in the 19th century the main character (Craig) would be an ideal rake, and his familiar behavior equal to a royal norm. However, this is contemporary, and w...
Dutch rated it
It's not very often that I will read a memoir about someone, and find answers about myself. Craig Machen is the kind of guy who, with great humility, unapologetically describes how his life took a turn for the good and bad after taking on jobs as a bouncer and bartender in topless bars in a few Ame...
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