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After experiencing a bumpy period of time, the winner of Pulitzer Prize, knight of French Legion of Honor, the middle-aged writer Charlie Citrin begins to remember his late friend Humboldt Fleisher. Citrin achieves success and wins recognition due to Fleisher s support, yet when Fleisher suffers poverty and illness, Citrin does not extend a helping hand. Later he is bankrupted materially and mentally, but is out of crisis through a play outline Fleisher leaves him. The novel exposes the destruction the material world brings to civilization, faithfully representing bizarre and motley life in today s America.
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Book Description paperback. Condition: New. Pub Date: 2015-01-01 Pages: 539 Language: Chinese Publisher: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing House Pulitzer Prize winner. the French Legion of Honor Knight. a middle-aged writer Charlie Citrine in come a life after the success of the road. began to recall his dead friend Humboldt Fry Rochelle. He died down and the older poet and mentor and close friend of Humboldt always harbor guilt. Humboldt had taught him to recognize the power of art to his loyalty to his creative spirit. Hongbao T. Seller Inventory # CR057390