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O Brother! described as "extrodinarily direct and true," portrays the life of a con-artist infatuated with his mother, with sex and charm, and inhabiting a world of pure fantasy which reality always returns to destroy. Olga and Snow tells of a Russian waif who is bedded by a series of extraordinary figures fromthe Soviet Union in the 1930s and 1940s. La Francoise is here published for the first time in English as a tribute to his friend Geogres Simenon.
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After a notable early career as a novelist and editor, Keith Botsford describes himself as having been "sidetracked" into journalism (The Sunday Times, The Independent, La Stampa), working variously as sportswriter, food columnist and US correspondent. Half Italian and half American, born in Brussels, educated in England, he returned to writing fiction in 1989 and now lives in Boston where he is a professor of journalism, history and international relations, and edits, with Saul Bellow, The Republic of Letters.Review:
"This collection tastes like good, aged whisky." --Roger Shattuck
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Book Description The Toby Press, LLC, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1902881257
Book Description The Toby Press, LLC, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1902881257