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by Gregory McNamee

ePub Living in Words: Interviews from the Bloomsbury Review 1981-1988 download
Author:
Gregory McNamee
ISBN13:
978-0932576620
ISBN:
0932576621
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Publisher:
Far Corner Books; 1st edition (December 1, 1988)
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Living in Words book.

Living in Words book. Books by Gregory McNamee. Mor. rivia About Living in Words

Offers insights to the personal lives and work of writers through interviews with such notables as Kay Boyle, William S. Burroughs, John Nichols and Louise Erdrich.

Offers insights to the personal lives and work of writers through interviews with such notables as Kay Boyle, William S. ISBN13: 9780932576637. Release Date: October 1988.

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Burns lived in two worlds, and he was at home in neither, writes McNamee, but he did spend many years as a scout for the United States military, where he took part in the push westward

It was named after the Bloomsbury Group of writers, philosophers and artists who lived in London during the 20th century.

It was named after the Bloomsbury Group of writers, philosophers and artists who lived in London during the 20th century. The first issue, published in May 1978, was a folded 12 x 16 4-page promotional handout. It was written by Tom Auer. By 1980, the newsletter had become a full-fledged magazine

Published December 1988 by Far Corner Books.

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Offers insights to the personal lives and work of writers through interviews with such notables as Kay Boyle, William S. Burroughs, John Nichols and Louise Erdrich