From Publishers Weekly
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"Richard Rushfield has provided a worm's eye view of one of America's kookiest education experiments: Hampshire College. It was here that the idealism of the Sixties curdled into the nihilism of the Eighties. And Don't Follow Me, I'm Lost isn't merely about a troubled liberal arts school, but an entire generation's nervous breakdown. It is by turns rueful, angry, touching and, above all, very, very funny." - Toby Young, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
"Richard Rushfield was a dick in college, just ask him. DFMIL is a hilarious recanting of a unique, and often absurd higher education experience. Rushfield is a completely lovable ne'er-do-well bumbling through a do it yourself education. Required reading for anyone who went to college, lives near a college or owns a hacky sack.." --Greg Behrendt, Comedian, Sex and the City writer and author of He's Just Not That Into You
Richard Rushfield has written a smart, funny, fish-out-of-water love letter to the 80's. Vivid settings plus memorable characters and wry humor equals one totally awesome memoir. -Moon Zappa
"I can't imagine a more unique or uproarious depiction of the post- Reagan, pre-grunge era." - Anna David, author of Bought, host of "Attack of the Show!" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.