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Los Angeles, or American Pharaohs (Volume 1) Paperback – December 29, 2011
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Robin Wyatt Dunn lives in The Town of the Queen of the Angels, El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles, in Echo Park. He is 33 years old.
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Why not let a passage (one of the few I could cite) speak for itself.
"Two ice cubes in the bong! God, like music! And light up. Light up, light up, light up, light up. Prometheus I'm yours, you old beautiful Jew! Sacrifice me! Sacrifice me, Prometheus, fill me with fire! Light me up, for life! Oh, for more life! But what voices are these?"
This isn't one of the really bad sections either.
I am all for experimental fiction - but I suggest this is an experiment in tolerance.
What level of narrative and mechanical idiocy can one reader tolerate.