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Heart of Darkness Paperback – 3 Oct 2011
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"[A] thorough and incisive new book...If you love a good history lesson pick up David Burke's new book." --popmatters.com
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David Burke's narrative takes us through a history of American folk, a history of Springsteen, indeed American social history before discussing Nebraska, and the albums place in each of those contexts.
Emmylou Harris recently identified Nebraska as one of the ten greatest postwar American albums. High, and deserved praise, for an album not amongst Springsteen's best known. This is a critical work which does its subject justice, and that should be enough for anyone who shares a fascination with this record.
A merchant company is missing an agent Kurtz, and Marlowe must find him. Traveling though harsher environments than he imagined possible he may have found what he was seeking. As with many of this type of epic the physical distance or direction is not as important then the transformation it plays on ones soul.
I missed this book somehow in school. The reason I started to read this book before actually I actually became immersed in it, was to see how close it came to the movie. No not the movie you are thinking of. "Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death" (1988). The film was shot primarily in the avocado groves maintained by the University of California at Riverside (UCR), which the university uses for horticultural experiments. Adrienne Barbeau is Dr. Kurtz.
The horror.....the horror.....
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