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Through his rich, ornate prose, Wolfe evokes the extraordinarily vivid family of the Gants, and with equal detail, the remarkable peculiarities of small-town life and the pain and upheaval of a boy who must leave both. A classic work of American literature, Look Homeward, Angel is a passionate, stirring, and unforgettable novel.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The community of Altamont, North Carolina which I found in a worn, dog-eared, but trusty 2004 edition Rand McNally Road Atlas might not be the same one described in the novel Look... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charles Scott
It took me awhile, getting used to Wolfe’s style. This passionate, long-winded English, reminiscent of 19th century poets, full of pathos and unchecked energy was a real blast from... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matko Vladanovic
THIS BOOK TOOK ME LONGER TO READ THAN JUST ABOUT ANYTHING I'VE EVER READ.ALL AND ALL IT WAS A GOOD BOOK . THE WRITING AT TIMES WAS ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL AND WAS WHAT KEPT ME GOING. Read morePublished 1 month ago by terry quinn
Thomas Wolfe, where have you been all my life? Hands down the best American writer of all time. I am in awe of how he captures in language the internal human experiences that I... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Petunia
I hated it. I FORCED myself to read 51%, but then I stopped because I couldn't stomach it any longer. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Grace L. James
Trying and diificult, I recommend this only with the help of a professor or a teacher that can interpret and guide you through it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Criticona
What to say that hasn't been said before. Timeless, but deserves new reading every several years or so. Come again.Published 3 months ago by Paul D. Stancil