Interzone

by William S. Burroughs

Other authorsJames Grauerholz (Editor)
Paper Book, 1989

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Publication

New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, 1990, c1989.

Description

While living in Tangiers in the 1950s, Burroughs wrote "a startling collection of short stories, autobiographical sketches, letters, and diary entries, all of which showcase his trademark mordant humor, while delineating the addictions to drugs and sex that are the central metaphors of his work."--P. [4] of cover.

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LibraryThing member revD
A miscellany and as such, maybe not of interest to the passing reader. The variety of material is disconcerting-- from verbal sketch to travelogue to unmitigated logorrhea --but well worth the time of anyone who wants (or needs) to learn more about what Burroughs wanted (or needed) to achieve.

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