Fb2 Cruising Paradise ePub
by Sam Shepard
|Publisher:||Random House Value Publishing (May 31, 1998)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1850 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1182 kb|
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Cruising Paradise serves as both a welcome companion piece to his plays and a kind of map to the writer's mind
Cruising Paradise serves as both a welcome companion piece to his plays and a kind of map to the writer's mind. From the Inside Flap. ze-winning playwright, actor, ex-cowboy, and musician Sam Shepard now stands revealed as a storyteller of dazzling artistry. Bleak and wildly funny, touching but stringently unsentimental, these stories give readers a most intimate view of the writer who has become synonymous with the recklessness, stoicism, and solitude of American manhood.
Random House, 30 сент
Random House, 30 сент. Пользовательский отзыв - Hagelstein - LibraryThing. Stories, vignettes, short dialogues and memoir pieces from playwright and actor Sam Shepard. Most take place in the Western .
Cruising Paradise is a lean muscular book. The writing is sometimes brutal and always powerful. His writing is reminiscent of Hemingway and Jim Harrison, but with a Southwestern flair and a stronger sense of immediacy. It is not the plots or so much the characters in the story that drive the book, but the sense of movement and restlessness in the stories peppered with stoicism that make his stories so interesting. His stories seem to be autobiographical, even those he clearly passes off as fiction.
Cruising Paradise: Tales Paperback – 24 June 1997. by Mr Sam Shepard (Author). Sam Shepard was the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of more than fifty-five plays and three story collections. As an actor, he appeared in more than sixty films, and received an Oscar nomination in 1984 for The Right Stuff. He was a finalist for the W. H. Smith Literary Award for his story collection Great Dream of Heaven.
Sam Shepard was born in 1943 in Fort Sheridan, Illinois
Sam Shepard was born in 1943 in Fort Sheridan, Illinois. He moved to New York from California just as the off-Broadway theatre scene was emerging. He has written more than forty plays, of which elev en have won 'Obie' awards, besides collections of stories, prose writing and screenplays. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Shepard received the Gold Medal for Drama from the Academy in 1992, and in 1994 he was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame. Customers Also Bought Items By.
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Cruising Paradise is a book that locates places where our culture is defined - and at the same time brings us closer than we have yet been to a writer who has become synonymous with the recklessness, stoicism, and solitude of American manhood. Sam Shepard - playwright, actor, ex-rock musician and real-life cowboy - has spent a great deal of time in his car. He hits the road to think, to write, to escape, to scope out the American landscape and - whenever possible - to avoid flying, which he hates. So it should come as no surprise that Shepard also burns up a lot of rubber in 'Cruising Paradise,' his quirky, moving, drolly funny and always surprising collection of short tales.
Cruising Paradise book. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, actor, ex-cowboy, and musician Sam Shepard now stands revealed as a storyteller of dazzling artistry.
1996: Cruising Paradise, Vintage Books, 255 pages . Corrigan, Michael (May 12, 2015). Cruising Paradise with Sam Shepard".
1996: Cruising Paradise, Vintage Books, 255 pages; ISBN 0-679-74217-4. 2003: Great Dream of Heaven, Vintage Books, 160 pages; ISBN 0-375-70452-3. Retrieved September 4, 2017.
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