Dream of the Wolf book. Somewhere in the troubled paradise of Scott Bradfield's Southern California, a man is obsessed by dreams in which he becomes a wolf-dreams that gradually transcend his waking reality.
Dream of the Wolf book. Like Bradfield's critically acclaimed The History of Luminous Motion, this is a mysterious, unforgettable book that delivers the surreal to our own backyards.
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He dreams of wolves, and in each dream the wolf overtakes the man (""When I dream of the wolf, I am the wolf. I've been wolves in New York, Montana and Beirut. It's as if time and space, dream and reality have just opened up, joined me with everything, everything real""). Bradfield follows up his strange and brilliant first novel (The History of Luminous Motion, 1989) with a glittering if uneven collection of 13 short stories-each centered upon a downtrodden loner who retreats into a primordial world of the mind. In the title piece, a man forsakes his bland everyday life for the wild tundra of his dreams.
Scott Bradfield is the author of The History of Luminous Motion, Good Girl Wants It Bad, Hot Animal Love, The Secret Life of Houses, Dream of the Wolf, Greetings From Earth, What's Wrong with America, and Animal Planet. Библиографические данные.
Bradfield, author of the critically acclaimed The History of Luminous Motion (LJ 9/1/89), has written a marvelously wacky novel about a grandma with a serious attitude problem.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Bradfield, author of the critically acclaimed The History of Luminous Motion (LJ 9/1/89), has written a marvelously wacky novel about a grandma with a serious attitude problem. in heart," Emma O'Hallohan pops her churlish husband in the head with a shotgun. She plants his corpse in her backyard and embarks on a second career as a serial murderer. Bradfield has a flair for describing the bizarre underside of Southern California.
The Wolf Dream Books by Ramona Ridgewell are coming! . I made it through the introductory part that sets the stage for the rest of the book length of Tishta, so should come together more quickly
I made it through the introductory part that sets the stage for the rest of the book length of Tishta, so should come together more quickly. For both, I still need to finish maps, cover art, formatting, et. but the words will be ready.
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Scott Michael Bradfield (born 27 April 1955) is an American essayist, critic and fiction writer who resides in London, England. He is best known, however, for his short stories, of which he has had four collections published
Instead of revealing knowledge, Americans explore further territories, manifest destiny, limitless regions of the yet-to-be-colonized and the still-to-be-known.
Instead of revealing knowledge, Americans explore further territories, manifest destiny, limitless regions of the yet-to-be-colonized and the still-to-be-known. In a spirited discussion of works by Brown, Cooper and Poe, Bradfield argues that Americans take the class dynamics of the European psychological novel and apply them to the American landscape, reimagining psychological spaces as geographical ones.