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Tom Robbins at his best. He uses vibrantly colorful characters entwined with both epic and ordinary settings to weave a fantastically serendipitous plot that leaves you with the kind of whimsical grin you're almost embarrassed to sport. Recommended for those who know they love Tom Robbins, and those curious to find out.
I read this book back in my sophomore year of high school. Our class was doing a banned book assignment and this happened to be the book I was assigned to read. Five years later and it's still one of my favorite books of all time. I'll always treasure this book. It is very difficult and graphic in some parts, but I think it's worth it. I recommend this book to EVERYONE!
I would have to agree with Fitzgerald himself when he said that his short stories were far from his best work. While the stories in Flappers and Philosophers are stylistically Fitzgerald, his themes are sophomoric and underdeveloped. Nothing in this collection starts at the depth, gravity, or beauty of Fitzgerald's novels. To their credit, most of the stories made for entertaining reads and presented a side to Fitzgerald's writing not present in his other works. Many of his stories, particularly The Cut-Glass Bowl and Head and Shoulders, could almost be categorized as naturalist literature. I would recommend this to people who have read and enjoyed F. Scott's other writings, but the works are no Great Gatsby.
This book must be read. I can not explain to you how Maya Angelou came through her life and her pain and her joy and yet still became the creative artist that she is today. She was caged but she decided to sing. No 'review' will do the book justice. You have to read it yourself.
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