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Miller, Bukowski and Their Enemies: Essays on Contemporary Culture

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ISBN:
9781905177271
Author:
Guillermo O'Joyce
Details:
2011 | paperback | 160pp | 216x135mm
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Miller, Bukowski and Their Enemies: Essays on Contemporary Culture

An extraordinary collection of essays on literature and contemporary culture. Gripping, irreverent, smart and entirely original. Passionate about literature, O'Joyce frequently goes out of his way to antagonise a literary establishment that places profit and political correctness before artistic vision. His blunt language may put off some readers, but Joyce will not put anyone to sleep. The health of literary criticism in America today depends on voices like his. Library Journal