Waiting for Greenspan in March of 2001: and other political allegories, satires and articles

Cornelius Edward O'Connor

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Opening this brilliant collection, The Legend of Prince Pastiche, an elegant but scathing political fable, is followed by Recycling Lenin’s Joke, a political fantasy that rewrites Chinese history. Next comes the seafaring Bush as Ahab. Then (spooky, spooky!) The Bush Motel will terrify (or amuse) you.

In non-fiction, both The Declaration of Forest Hill and The Mystery in Europe put a powerful microscope on Third World immigration. (For liberals, “The Declaration” may serve as a powerful cognitive dissonance generator.)

Moving into the future, readers who didn’t fully understand the science-fiction political allegory 2914 will cherish 2914: An Explanation of the Allegory. This all-important essay reveals the only way that Earth can be united now, right now, today.

The only play in this book is Waiting for Greenspan in March of 2001, an outrageous comedy set in a surreal universe. (Perhaps it should be R-rated, since one enraged character has a very racy vocabulary.)

In literary fiction, We’ll always have Palm Beach recounts the odyssey of a Palm Beacher as he wanders around town, pondering his past and future.

Finally, 1951 in Greenwich, Connecticut and The Failed New York Op-Ed Page Writer with a really Bad Attitude towards You, the Reader conclude this collection with a hilarious BANG!

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