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The Dream at the End of the World Paul Bowles and the Literary Renegades in Tangier

SUMMARY ✓ The Dream at the End of the World Paul Bowles and the Literary Renegades in Tangier Iam Burroughs Jack Kerouac Allen Ginsburg and Tennessee Williams and explains its hold as a deliciously depraved version of Eden 16 page photo insert This is a great biography of the Tangier International Zone set of writers which included Paul and Jane Bowles William S Burroughs Truman Capote Tennessee Williams and others The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family page Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream photo insert This is a great biography of the Tangier International Zone set of writers which included Paul and Jane Bowles William S Burroughs Truman Capote Tennessee Williams and others

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SUMMARY ✓ The Dream at the End of the World Paul Bowles and the Literary Renegades in Tangier A senior writer for People magazine offers a remarkable group portrait of incredible figures who congregated during the 1950s and '60s in Tangiers In It s a history of Tangier Morocco from post World War II cafe society with its heady mix of black sheep nobility charlatans and ever so interesting criminal types through the beats writers to the hippies During this period Morocco went from French colony to independent country which was a big enough local event that it did seem to have some impact on the dinner parties The book is well written and researched the author apparently talked to members of the Tangier expat community to get the right gossipy touch The scene where Jack Kerouac sees his future and is repulsed by it is priceless It does raise interesting uestions of 1 why do some writers thrive in exile and some writers do not and 2 whether I would have had any patience with the hippies who lined up at the American embassy on Sunday afternoons to call home to their mothers to demand money for drugs and 3 how much sympathy do I have for people with unlimited resources that complain of boredom Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals portrait of incredible figures who congregated during the 1950s and '60s in Tangiers In It s a history of Tangier Morocco from All Night Long (Nannies, post World War II cafe society with its heady mix of black sheep nobility charlatans and ever so interesting criminal types through the beats writers to the hippies During this Bronze Age Mindset period Morocco went from French colony to independent country which was a big enough local event that it did seem to have some impact on the dinner The Freeze-Frame Revolution parties The book is well written and researched the author apparently talked to members of the Tangier expat community to get the right gossipy touch The scene where Jack Kerouac sees his future and is repulsed by it is The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 priceless It does raise interesting uestions of 1 why do some writers thrive in exile and some writers do not and 2 whether I would have had any Mon patron voulait que je tape les seins nus patience with the hippies who lined up at the American embassy on Sunday afternoons to call home to their mothers to demand money for drugs and 3 how much sympathy do I have for His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch people with unlimited resources that complain of boredom

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SUMMARY ✓ The Dream at the End of the World Paul Bowles and the Literary Renegades in Tangier This mesmerizing account Green explores decadent Tangiers as the source of inspiration and madness for such remarkable writers as Truman Capote Will I was interested in reading about post war Morocco than reading about the shenanigans of relatively rich western writers who lived to create drama both on the page and off This paints a vivid portrait of the International Zone from the late 1940s through the early 70s but I skimmed when the narrative focused on gossip and scandal The relationships are interesting such as the Bowles marriage and Jane s destructive decades long romance with a manipulative Moroccan woman but the brief encounters and anecdotes don t add anything

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  • The Dream at the End of the World Paul Bowles and the Literary Renegades in Tangier
  • Michelle Green
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  • 20 March 2018
  • 9780747505242