Fb2 Need ePub
by Nik Cohn
|Category:||British and Irish|
|Publisher:||Knopf; 1st American ed edition (February 18, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1382 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1457 kb|
|Digital formats:||docx doc lit azw|
Nik Cohn, also written Nick Cohn (born 1946), is a British writer. Cohn was born in London, England and brought up in Derry, in Northern Ireland, the son of historian Norman Cohn and Russian writer Vera Broido.
Nik Cohn, also written Nick Cohn (born 1946), is a British writer. An incomer to the tight knit town, he spent most of his time at the local record shop and the walk there, from his home on campus at Magee University College, inspired one of his earliest stories, 'Delinquent in Derry'.
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Nik Cohn is not the kind of novelist who is content to write about the merely downtrodden. In his new novel, Need, the belly dancers also deliver Verse-O-Grams; the sad sack has a shoe fetish and dreams of making his fortune as topless car-wash magnate; and even the psychic moonlights running a bizarre pet shop. Of course, the novel is set in New York City, where all this and more is possible, really
Nik Cohn was brought up in Derry, Northern Ireland. His books include I Am Still the Greatest Says Johnny Angelo, Ball the Wall, The Heart of the World, and, most recently, Triksta.
Nik Cohn was brought up in Derry, Northern Ireland. He also wrote the story that gave rise to Saturday Night Fever and collaborated on Rock Dreams with the artist Guy Peellaert. He lives in Shelter Island, New York, and Ardara, County Donegal. Библиографические данные.
by. Cohn, Nik. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. org on August 19, 2011.
Find nearly any book by Nik Cohn. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Need: ISBN 9780679427070 (978-0-679-42707-0) Hardcover, Knopf, 1997. by Guy Peellaert, Nik Cohn. ISBN 9780394710006 (978-0-394-71000-6) Softcover, Alfred a Knopf Inc, 1982.
Nik Cohn is not the kind of novelist who is content to write about the merely downtrodden
New York City is in the grip of a bad-moon heat wave, with the street-corner preachers running amok. Into the fray, four damaged lives come together at a pet store on the Upper West Side, each one consumed by a private hunger and driven toward an inevitable fate.