Contributors: Contributors: Keith Albarn Eric Andersen Gail-Nina Anderson Théophile Aries Jed Birmingham Shaun de Waal Richard Doyle Loren Glass Oliver Harris Kurt Hemmer Allen Hibbard Rob Holton Andrew Hussey Rob Johnson Jean-Jacques Lebel Ian Mac Fadyen Polina Mackay Jonas Mekas Barry Miles R. I found each perspective so engaging that I later went back to Naked Lunch, and found new things to like about it.Highly recommended to any fan of Burroughs, or any student seeking insight on the text....Its original design like the unique headlight is widely acknowledged and adored.
A lacerating satire, an exorcism of demons, a grotesque cabinet of horrors, it is the Black Book of the Beat Generation, the forerunner of the psychedelic counterculture, and a proge Naked Lunch was banned, castigated, and recognized as a work of genius on its first publication in 1959, and fifty years later it has lost nothing of its power to astonish, shock, and inspire.
interesting, indulgent, jolting, fun, fascinating, this is about a book that will not die and be buried under lit crit and time like any decent historical literary artifact...
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