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FORTY: Mixed Breed, New Orleans / Delray Beach.


Verlag: Eugene: Popular Reality, 1987., 1987
ISBN 10: 0945209010 / ISBN 13: 9780945209010
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Titel: FORTY: Mixed Breed, New Orleans / Delray ...

Verlag: Eugene: Popular Reality, 1987.

Erscheinungsdatum: 1987

Einband: Soft cover

Auflage: 1st Edition


169 pages. 1st printing / edition. Trade paperback. Illustrated. What Saunders’ calls an autobiographical novel. Buchnummer des Verkäufers A-176281

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Inhaltsangabe: In the no-holds-barred "Florida writer" tradition, Jack Saunders writes stories about publishing, academia and everyday life, about what it's like to work and succeed while being true to oneself and one's family and culture. He writes masterfully and musically, with encyclopedic knowledge, about how this effort relates to the world around him, other authors, books, movies, music, Florida, cooking, his life, work, business, progress. In folk vernacular, FORTY is a slice of a much larger ouevre--with letters, memoir, poetry and essay all playing off each other. In the end, though, "it's just stories." Jazz and the blues. In the mainstream of American outsiders: Whitman, Melville, Faulkner, Kerouac, Miller, Algren, Thompson, Bukowski, MacDonald, Willeford, Burke, Hiassen and Finster. As he says, the Cracker spirit lives on and a country boy will make do. Except for insiders, he is entirely unknown. But he's been working hard, prolific and giving it his all for 25 years. Why haven't you heard of him? Find out for yourself...

Vom Verlag: In Jack Saunders our generation is extremely lucky to have a powerful and determined writer, an honest writer. A Diogenes not merely of words, but of provocative thoughts. From his hideaway in Florida, like a super-energized lobster, Saunders lashes out at the sickening hypocrisy which is deadening our senses and rotting our souls. It is Saunders' adamant, boneheaded, determined persistence that is his great strength, his great gift to a society staggering in its own materialistic greed. Saunders is America at its best. He spells out what spirit is all about. And humanity. How do we live? When do we really come ALIVE? As we should? And deserve? America needs writers with such strength and ferocity and independence and integrity, not all those greedy little wordmongers contemplating their private parts on every supermarket shelf. Saunders is more than a literary volcano. He is a live, writhing, crackling wire. Spewing sparks in all directions. Creating and developing a brighter, newer world. --Raymond Barrio

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