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Avant-pop: Fiction for a Daydream Nation (Black Ice Books) Paperback – 30 Jan 1993
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"A cluster-bomb of crazy fiction from a generation too sane to repeat yesterday's lies."Tom Robbins
About the Author
Lawrence F. "Larry" McCaffery Jr. is a literary critic, editor, and retired Professor of English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University.
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I don't know how I acquired my copy of this book but I found it while cleaning house last week and decided to read it. I am glad I did. The post-modern imagery is so over-the-top that it was impossible to focus on my troubles. A must-read for anyone who has ever seriously considered, for instance, walking accross a desert with no canteen just to see if you can.
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This is one of the best anthologies I have ever read. It's eclectic, iconoclastic, cool, quirky and weird. There are stories that are funny, sexy, sad, bizarre, of questionable sexuality and even a comic format story and de Sade's manual of style. Jill St. Jacque and Harry Polkinhorn especially stick out.