- Author:D Keith Mano
- Publisher:Dalkey Archive Press (September 1, 1998)
- Pages:582 pages
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Before its recent resurrection by Dalkey Archive, D Keith Mano's Take Five had enjoyed only an abbreviated and unheralded shelf life before fading away, largely unnoticed. It had been deemed too vulgar and blasphemous to appeal to conservative readers.
Before its recent resurrection by Dalkey Archive, D Keith Mano's Take Five had enjoyed only an abbreviated and unheralded shelf life before fading away, largely unnoticed. At the same time, it was felt that Mano's overall theme of Christian redemption would put off the majority of more liberal-minded readers.
Take Five (American Literature (Dalkey Archive)). As a result, his narrative (the very book we are reading) turns into a literary "stew": an uproariously funny melange of journal entries, erotic poetry, parodies of all kinds, love letters, interviews, and lists - as Hugh Kenner in Harper's wrote, "for another such virtuoso of the List you'd have to resurrect Joyce". Soon Lamont's characters (on loan from F. Scott Fitzgerald, Flann O'Brien, James Joyce, and Dashiell Hammett) take on lives of their own, completely sabotaging his narrative.
Series: American Literature (Dalkey Archive). Paperback: 956 pages. Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press (February 7, 2012). The journeys taken, and the statements expressed by the characters of this novel reflect the tensions in both of these attitudes, and because of this, and in spite of the massive length of this book, it is worth the time and effort for its perusal. English is of course the predominant mode of expression within the pages of this delectable story, but Hungarian, Spanish, and French make their appearance too, as well as Latin.
David) Keith Mano graduated summa cum laude from Columbia University in 1963. product description page. He spent the next year as a Kellett Fellow in English at Clare College, Cambridge, and toured as an actor with the Marlowe Society of England. He came back to America in 1964 as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Columbia. He has appeared in several off-Broadway productions and toured with the National Shakespeare Company. Target/Movies, Music & Books/Books/All Book Genres/Fiction & Literature. Take Five - (American Literature (Dalkey Archive)) by D Keith Mano (Paperback).
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Take Five, starring Simon Lynxx, directed by D. Keith Mano. Forget my worthless words. Allow Mr. John O'Brien at Dalkey Archive Press to speak for this lost comic masterpiece of moral fiction. view spoiler)[ V. 7. In which Simon Lynxx awakens with Martha Washington's head and all five senses intact; he surprises a tour group with his 'umongous pecker'; and Alf damages the gorilla suit.
The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries. court of appeals (district of columbia circuit). department of agriculture.
American Literature Series. Preface by John O'Brien. Welcome to the world of Simon Lynxx and to one of the great overlooked novels of the 1980s. Categories: American Postmodernism, Fiction, Movements and Schools, United States and Canada, United States of America.
American literature is literature written or produced in the United States of America and its preceding colonies (for specific discussions of poetry and theater, see Poetry of the United States and Theater in the United States)
American literature is literature written or produced in the United States of America and its preceding colonies (for specific discussions of poetry and theater, see Poetry of the United States and Theater in the United States). Before the founding of the United States, the British colonies on the eastern coast of the present-day United States were heavily influenced by English literature. The American literary tradition thus began as part of the broader tradition of English literature.
Books By Rikki Ducornet fiction The Butcher’s Tales (short fiction) 1980 The Stain (novel) 1984 Entering Fire (novel) 1986 . The Doctor put it this way: she said I had taken a bite of the poison apple. She chose that apple deliberately.
Books By Rikki Ducornet fiction The Butcher’s Tales (short fiction) 1980 The Stain (novel) 1984 Entering Fire (novel) 1986 The Fountains of Neptune (novel) 1989 The Jade. Knowledge – as much as its denial – had precipitated me headfirst into the land of Nod.