Author: Peggy Brooks,James Wolcott,Seymour Krim
Publisher: Paragon House; 1st edition (October 1, 1991)
Category: United States
Size Fb2: 1899 kb
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Personal Name: Krim, Seymour, 1922-. Publication, Distribution, et. New York, NY. Paragon House, (c)1991. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.
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He is often categorized with the writers of the Beat Generation. He wrote for the Village Voice, Playboy, New York Element and International Times, among many other publications. He worked for a time at The New Yorker, where Brendan Gill recalled he was often "stripped to the waist. And in 2001, critic Vivian Gornick praised Krim as "a Jewish Joan Didion" in her book The Situation and the Story.
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He is often categorized with the writers of the Beat Generation. Also in 2001, critic Vivian Gornick praised Krim as "a Jewish Joan Didion" in her book The Situation and the Story.