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The Fan Man by William Kotzwinkle
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May 27, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: novel
Recommended for: anyone
Read in January, 1989

This is an account the Crumbling Autumn that followed the Summer of Love. Told from the perspective of a smarmy , East Village loser Horse Badarties , largely in a stream of consciousness format, Kotzwinkle succeeds in sending the hippies off into the sunset. Is it funny? Hell, yeah. It makes one wonder, though, where have all the potheads gone?
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