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Fiction. Though best known as the author of two of the earliest Beat novels (WHO WALK IN DARKNESS and THE BOLD SABATEURS), Chandler Brossard (1922-93) displayed his exuberant imagination best in the shorter works he wroteduring the second half of his life, all of which are collected here. Ranging from a surrealistic anti-Vietnam War novella to a folksy walking tour of a Ka ...more
Paperback, 344 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Sun Dog Press (first published 1997)
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Chandler Brossard was an American novelist, writer, editor, and teacher. He wrote or edited a total of 17 books. With a challenging style and outsider characters, Brossard had limited critical success in the United States. His novels were more appreciated in France and Great Britain.

His early works have been described as "landmarks of the postwar American novel."
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