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- Häftad (paperback)
- Språk: Engelska
- Antal sidor: 208
- Utg.datum: 2010-04-15
- Upplaga: The restored text.
- Förlag: Fourth Estate Ltd
- Originalspråk: English
- Medarbetare: Grauerholz, James (ed.), Miles, Barry (ed.)
- Dimensioner: 198 x 129 x 19 mm
- Vikt: 235 g
- ISBN: 9780007341900
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'Not a novel but a booty brought back from nightmare, a coldly implacable look at the dark side of our nature.' New York Times 'A roller-coaster ride through hell, a safari to the strangest people of the strangest planet - ourselves...sit back and gorge yourself on this feast of a novel.' J. G. Ballard 'A delirious exploration of sexual violence through the art of collage.' Time Out 'Prophesied with unerring accuracy the hideous modes that human behaviour would assume in the post-apocalyptic second half of the twentieth century. "Naked Lunch" is essential reading for anyone who maintains any illusions about anything.' Will Self Praise for William Burroughs: 'Burroughs is the greatest satirical writer since Jonathan Swift.' Jack Kerouac 'Burroughs' voice is hard, derisive, inventive, free, funny, serious, poetic, indelibly American, a voice in which one hears transistor radios and old movies and all the cliches and all the cons and all the newspapers, all the peculiar optimism, all the failure.' Joan Didion 'The only American novelist who may conceivably be possessed by genius.' Norman Mailer 'In the English language, William Burroughs is the greatest writer alive. His imagination has tackled head-on the post-war world, with its huge bureaucracies and sinister complexes. He has a paranoid vision, but as he himself said: the psychotic is someone who knows what's really going on.' J. G. Ballard, Sunday Times 'William Burroughs broadened people's conception of what makes humanity. In that way, he really was an American hero, a hero writer, and also just a great man.' Lou Reed
Bloggat om Naked Lunch
William Burroughs was born in St Louis, Missouri in 1914. Immensely influential among the Beat writers of the 1950s - notably Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg - he already had an underground reputation before the appearance of his first important book, 'Naked Lunch'. Originally published by the daring and influential Olympia Press (the original publishers of Henry Miller) in France in 1959, it aroused great controversy on publication and was not available in the US until 1962 and in the UK until 1964. The book was adapted for film by David Cronenberg in 1991. William Burroughs died in 1997.