Collected Essays: Slouching Towards Bethlehem, The White Album, and After Henry by Joan Didion

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Collected Essays: Slouching Towards Bethlehem, The White Album, and After Henry

'“Arriving one year after the Summer of Love, the book, and its title essay, firmly punctured the pervasive myths about the counterculture. . . . One of the most compelling books about 1960s America.” —Time on Slouching Towards Bethlehem   “[The White Album] Demonstrates Didion’s range as an essayist, her ability not only to portray the extraordinary and apocalyptic, but also to appreciate the ordinary.” —The New York Times   “Cool, precise, and ironic . . . [Didion] is an expert geographer of the landscape of American public culture.” —The New York Times Book Review on After Henry'
'“Arriving one year after the Summer of Love, the book, and its title essay, firmly punctured the pervasive myths about the counterculture. . . . One of the most compelling books about 1960s America.” —Time on Slouching Towards Bethlehem   “[The White Album] Demonstrates Didion’s range as an essayist, her ability not only to portray the extraordinary and apocalyptic, but also to appreciate the ordinary.” —The New York Times   “Cool, precise, and ironic . . . [Didion] is an expert geographer of the landscape of American public culture.” —The New York Times Book Review on After Henry'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504052030 Pages: 875