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by Merle Kessler
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Humor
  • Author:
    Merle Kessler
  • ISBN:
    0140100032
  • ISBN13:
    978-0140100037
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Penguin (July 6, 1988)
  • Pages:
    204 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Humor
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  • FB2 format
    1608 kb
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    1184 kb
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    1314 kb
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    4.2
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Kessler, or perhaps Shoales, has produced a different Utopian text, indeed. It's nouveau California comedy in a scat-rap beat. Shoales' day in his perfect world starts with a real American business type named Fiskel Yahr. Perhaps it's a satiric novel. It could be a humorous fantasy. Maybe it's simply a story of a dream. It might be New Age, postmodernist expressionism. Who knows? Shoales' day in his perfect world starts with a real American business type named Fiskel Yahr. Soon there's a truly hostile corporate takeover. A couple of gents with heavy weapons accompany the takeover artist. There's the McGuffin, of course

The author of "I Gotta Go" chronicles an imaginary day in the life of America's most cynical, fast-talking social critic, outlining his positions on what is right and wrong with America today