9 edition of Pages from a cold island found in the catalog.
A fictional memoir.
|LC Classifications||PZ4.E964 Pag, PS3555.X58 Pag|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||74028321|
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I've numerous reviews claiming otherwise, but as one reader, I found COLD ISLAND picked up where NOTES left off, artistically, as well as chronologically/5(10). Pages from a Cold Island (Vintage contemporaries) Paperback – Aug by Frederick Exley (Author)Cited by: 1.
PAGES FROM A COLD ISLAND. An Autobiography. first edition Hardcover New York. by Exley, Frederick. New York: Random House, First edition. Hardcover.
A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Author's second book (Fan's Notes was his first). The death of Edmund Wilson precipitates an odyssey through the distorted literary landscape of.
PAGES FROM A COLD ISLAND. An Autobiography. New York: Random House, (). First edition. Hardcover. Author's second book (Fan's Notes was his first).
The death of Edmund Wilson precipitates an odyssey through the distorted literary landscape of America in search of Wilson's essence as the pre-eminent man of letters and the author's own creative Edition: First Edition.
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Pages from a Cold Island Summary "The death of literature" makes for a less overt theme than did that of A Fan's Notes, the "death of the American Dream." Moreover, Exley's tone in this "memoir" is less shrill and angry than before, more simpering, stuttering, almost resigned.
With the eloquent markings of an elegy, the author of Pages from a Cold Island laments the loss of what he holds most dear: the (perceived) ability of literature to move the masses and, specifically, the literature — e.g., Memoirs of Hecate County — of place and time.
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