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  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: University Press of Mississippi (30 Jun. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1934110779
  • ISBN-13: 978-1934110775
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.3 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,670,787 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"You donat want to miss Richard Keilas white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctoras judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaumas 1977 "High Times" interview) of Jimmy Carteras mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: 'Head put me in jail in an instant if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.'
"Columbia Journalism Review"

"You don t want to miss Richard Keil s white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctor s judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaum s 1977 High Times interview) of Jimmy Carter s mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: 'He d put me in jail in an instant if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.'
Columbia Journalism Review"

"You don't want to miss Richard Keil's white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctor's judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaum's 1977 High Times interview) of Jimmy Carter's mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: 'He'd put me in jail in an instant if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.'
Columbia Journalism Review

"What author would you like to have over to your house? Vonnegut, Hemingway, Angelou? Thanks to the University Press of Mississippi's Literary Conversations Series, the question is no longer moot, and you don't even have to make dinner.
Chances are, the contributors whose articles make up these publications have already asked the same questions that you might and have provided the insights that you would relish. Fortunately, Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson (University Press of Mississippi, 2008, $22) is especially rewarding, primarily due to the flamboyant personality of Thompson himself."
Jackson Free Press

-You don't want to miss Richard Keil's white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctor's judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaum's 1977 High Times interview) of Jimmy Carter's mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: 'He'd put me in jail in an instant if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.'
Columbia Journalism Review

-What author would you like to have over to your house? Vonnegut, Hemingway, Angelou? Thanks to the University Press of Mississippi's Literary Conversations Series, the question is no longer moot, and you don't even have to make dinner.
Chances are, the contributors whose articles make up these publications have already asked the same questions that you might and have provided the insights that you would relish. Fortunately, Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson (University Press of Mississippi, 2008, $22) is especially rewarding, primarily due to the flamboyant personality of Thompson himself.-
Jackson Free Press

"What author would you like to have over to your house? Vonnegut, Hemingway, Angelou? Thanks to the University Press of Mississippi's Literary Conversations Series, the question is no longer moot, and you don't even have to make dinner.

"Chances are, the contributors whose articles make up these publications have already asked the same questions that you might and have provided the insights that you would relish. Fortunately, Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson is especially rewarding, primarily due to the flamboyant personality of Thompson himself."

--Jackson Free Press



"You don't want to miss Richard Keil's white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctor's judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaum's 1977 High Times interview) of Jimmy Carter's mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: 'He'd put me in jail in an instant, if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.'"

--Columbia Journalism Review



�What author would you like to have over to your house? Vonnegut, Hemingway, Angelou? Thanks to the University Press of Mississippi�s Literary Conversations Series, the question is no longer moot, and you don�t even have to make dinner.

�Chances are, the contributors whose articles make up these publications have already asked the same questions that you might and have provided the insights that you would relish. Fortunately, Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson is especially rewarding, primarily due to the flamboyant personality of Thompson himself.�

Jackson Free Press



�You don�t want to miss Richard Keil�s white-knuckle account of sitting in the passenger seat with Thompson at the wheel, or the self-styled Doctor�s judicious diagnosis (from Ron Rosenbaum�s 1977 High Times interview) of Jimmy Carter�s mix of Puritanism and libertarianism: �He�d put me in jail in an instant, if he saw me snorting coke in front of him. He would not, however, follow me into the bathroom and try to catch me snorting it.��

Columbia Journalism Review

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