By Richard Fariña
Fariña conjures up the Sixties as accurately, wittily, and poignantly as F. Scott Fitzgerald captured the Jazz Age. The hero, Gnossus Pappadopoulis, weaves his approach during the psychedelic panorama, encountering—among different things—mescaline, ladies, artwork, gluttony, falsehood, technological know-how, prayer, and, sometimes, fact. A portrait of an explosive decade, glowing with creative writing and conveying the essence of a iteration, Been Down goodbye It feels like as much as Me, as Thomas Pynchon writes within the creation, "comes on just like the Hallelujah refrain performed via 2 hundred kazoo avid gamers with excellent pitch."
"A excellent storyteller, Fariña is healthy to hitch the corporate of Kerouac, Kesey, and Pynchon." —San Francisco Chronicle
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It was within this group that Virginia met novelist Leonard Woolf, whom she married in 1912. In 1917 Virginia and Leonard founded the Hogarth Press, which they ran from their home. Hogarth would become an influential press, publishing works by Katherine Mansfield, T. S. Eliot, James Joyce, and Vita Sackville-West, among others. Woolf wrote prolifically and in many forms: from extensive letters, diary entries, essays, and literary reviews to short stories and novels. She authored some of the most influential novels of the early twentieth century, including Mrs.