By Jonathan Lethem,Christopher Boucher
More Alive and not more Lonely collects over a decade of Jonathan Lethem’s best writing on writing, with new and formerly unpublished fabric, together with: impassioned appreciations of forgotten writers and missed books, razor-sharp serious essays, and private money owed of his such a lot notable literary encounters and discoveries.
merely Lethem, along with his love of cult favorites and the canon alike, can write with equivalent perception into vintage writers like Charles Dickens and Herman Melville, glossy masters like Lorrie Moore and Thomas Pynchon, photograph novelist Chester Brown, and technological know-how fiction outlier Philip ok. Dick.
Sharing his infectious love for books of every kind, More Alive and not more Lonely is a bracing voyage of literary discovery and an important addition to each booklover’s shelf.
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