Thoughts Without Cigarettes: A Memoir

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However, Hijuelos not only shares his boyhood with us, but populates it with people who are vivid and true. When you make it, does your life get less interesting? For some reason, it usually makes good reading, and Hijuelos delivers just that. It often aspires to be thought of as "literary", and for that reason borrows many of literature's tricks - the tricks of the novel, of fiction - because it wants to do more than record the past; it wants to re-create it. Except this time it was Oscar Hijuelos sitting there and sharing his history with me, and I was definitely paying attention. No current Talk conversations about this book.

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merkdo.co/wp-content/2859-localizar-celular.php Lucia Berlin. Although Hijuelos writes briefly and sharply here about how Latino writers are too often ignored, Thoughts Without Cigarettes is in the main a very personal, often moving, sometimes quite humorous account of his grappling with his divided self. Hijuelos shows flashes of anger at people—writers especially—who have humiliated him. But the spirit of the book is generous.

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He expresses deep gratitude to writers Donald Barthelme, Susan Sontag and Frederic Tuten, who helped with his fledgling efforts at fiction. The Unfinished Novel and Other Stories. These six stories by the Orange Prize-winning author are exquisite but heartbreaking. Categories Catalogues. Children's Books General Literature. Children's Books General Literature Literature.

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