Publish date: March 1st 1972
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 226
Edition language: English
This book was sitting on the staff picks of my local bookstore for over a month, even at just $4, I suspect because of the title. Which makes sense, though seems odd after reading since the book never touches on the controversy of the procedure, it's simply a thing that happens in the story. I suppo...
Read this, and like I do with most Brautigan, I found myself alternating between feeling "That's so beautifully written, I want to cry. Why can't *I* write like that?" and busting out laughing at his subtle humor.I think people think Brautigan is that hippy-dippy "Watermelon Sugar" guy, but he rea...
Same thing as In Watermelon Sugar: read ages ago, un-rateable today.I was on a Brautigan run in 1981, end of high school for me. Never knew (still don't) much about the author or the context of these -- "novels" -- ?? Seeing them on lists here is reminding me of them. I am inclined to go back and...
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