6 edition of Last looks, last books found in the catalog.
|Series||The A.W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts -- 2003|
|LC Classifications||PS310.D42 V46 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||2009039549|
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Charlie Waldo is /5(42). Last Looks introduces the reader to ex-LAPD cop and minimalist Charlie Waldo. When I started this book I thought I was going to hate it.
When I got about a last books book of the way through the book I was hooked. Waldo started out seeming like a weird 's commune living, tree hugging hippie with OCD tendencies/5(83). "[A] book that needs to be read and heeded."Peter Brooks, New York Review of Books "Close reading of poems, especially for nonacademic audiences, is hard to find.
This makes Helen Vendler's Last Looks, Last Books an attractive proposition. Vendler, long a tastemaker equally respected inside and outside the academy, wants to find out how her subjects 'do justice to both the Cited by: 9. "[A] book that needs to be read and heeded."—-Peter Brooks, New York Review of Books "Close reading of poems, especially for nonacademic audiences, is hard to find.
This makes Helen Vendler's Last Looks, Last Books an attractive proposition. Vendler, long a tastemaker equally respected inside and outside the academy, wants to find out how her subjects 'do justice to both the Brand: Princeton University Press. In Last Looks, Last Books, the eminent critic Helen Vendler examines the ways in which five great modern American poets, writing their final books, try to find a style that does justice to life and death traditional religious consolations no longer available to them, these poets must invent new ways to express the crisis of death, as well as the paradoxical coexistence of a.
Last Looks is based on the crime-mystery novel of the same name, the first book in the Charlie Waldo series written by Gould. The second book in the series, Below the.
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There are many twists and turns before Last Looks concludes, and while the book is complete in itself, one or two issues are left dangling that just might provide fodder for future installments, should Gould see fit. Gould’s scriptwriting experience shines through here. Praise.
Praise for Last Looks “Some books are just plain fun, sidesplitting in the case of Carl Hiaasen and Tim Dorsey. And now, thanks to Last Looks, we can add Howard Michael Gould to that list The relentlessly entertaining Last Looks actually resembles the work of Michael Connolly more than Hiaasen or Dorsey, its lightness wrought by the colorful Hollywood grotesques in a manner that.
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Last Looks A Novel (Book): Gould, Howard Michael: There are run-of-the-mill eccentric Californians, and then there's former detective Charlie Waldo.
Waldo, a onetime LAPD superstar, now lives in solitude deep in the woods, pathologically committed to owning no more than one hundred possessions. He has left behind his career and his girlfriend, Lorena, to pay self-imposed penance for .