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I recently "discovered" John O'Hara after learning that he was an influence on John Updike. O'Hara and Updike are eastern Pennsylvanians and they both wrote extensively for... Read morePublished 16 days ago by BrokenArrow
John O'Hara is a wonderful writer and woefully undervalued. Appointment in Samarra is a beautifully written read book with a warts and all view of polite society. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Murphy
Fabulous classic. Storyline so interesting and controversial considering the time it was written, pre WW2.Published 1 month ago by Majella OBrien
Good read for my book club. A little dated but very good for discussion.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Blackwell
I ,liked a good viw of US culture in the 40s. How different it was!!Published 4 months ago by Boris M Baranov
A gripping tale by a master craftsman, deep, convoluted, thought provoking.Published 4 months ago by DANIEL W.
Ii is fun to go back and read the writers from this era, I had just finished the biography of Cheever, writing is different then what we are use to now but descriptive and you do... Read morePublished 6 months ago by cardimom
Read this many times and John O'Hara is my favorite author. So, no surprises. I was glad to see the book is back in print and I liked the new design of the cover, etc.Published 7 months ago by Nora Dilks