From Publishers Weekly
In this episodic 1971 novel, Sorrentino introduces writers and artists of the 1960s, characters representative of all creatives--the aimless, the successful, the failures and the sell-outs. "The author's fury at it all is tempered . . . and augmented with compassion, understanding and wit," said PW.
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