Walking to Hollywood - Will Self Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747598444 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Will Self / Hardcover / 448 Pages / Book is published 2010-09-06 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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by - written on 28/10/10, updated on 28/10/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Publisher - Bloomsbury Author - Will Self (1961 - ) 448 pages ================ This is a book that brings to the fore Will Self's 'mind' gallivants - on equal par to reality. Under the eye of the traditionalists a genre of 'fictional memoirs,' fits the bill, so they say. Fictional memoirs turn literature upside down when it comes to the critic. Not one stance is the same, the plots are plausibly non existent, and in the end they hang their heads in a ritual style consensus that just maybe the world of the mind conquerors the commentator's pen. Instead they bow to wordage such as: 'irritatingly clever.' Admitting defeat, in ... Read the complete review
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