Off to the Side: A Memoir

Off to the Side: A Memoir
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Drafted by the New York Times Book remarkable year, distance is the story of one of the most beloved writers in America. Jim Harrison traces of his childhood in Michigan, in the middle of the mortification of the Depression and World War II, and mortification apparently greater in its starchy Swedish ancestors. He tells his arrival at adulthood, a boy full of books to a young man producing his way amongst the writers he admires deeply colleagues – which includes Peter Matthiessen, Robert Lowell, WH Auden, Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams , and Allen Ginsberg. Harrison discusses frankly the life-changing experience of becoming a father, and minor cognitive dissonance that came when the boy in the Heartland “somehow completed a extremely paid screenwriter in Hollywood. He gives no cost rein to his “seven obsessions” – alcohol, food, stripper, hunting and fishing (and the dogs who followed in both), religion, road, and our location in the world natural – which celebrates the spirit Off to the Side: A Memoir

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