Riding the Yellow Trolley Car: Selected Nonfiction by William Kennedy

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Riding the Yellow Trolley Car: Selected Nonfiction

'“Graced with an emotionally satisfying arrangement and a deep appreciation for life’s variety.” —The Washington Post   “As quirky and satisfying a literary journal as its title implies.” —GQ   “There is a spirit of grace and generosity here as Kennedy delights in each of his subjects. He continues to ride his yellow trolley with wonder and delight, and the reader is just as delighted to take the journey with him.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “The writer who emerges here sounds not merely interesting but delightfully genuine. . . . This eclectic collection both entertains and enriches.” —The Dallas Morning News   “Whether he’s discussing his taste for oysters or the plight of the homeless, there’s a touch of the poet about Kennedy.” —Library Journal   “It is Kennedy’s voice that makes this collection sparkle; he is a personable, unique writer, one who studies his craft as well as plies it.” —Booklist  '
'“Graced with an emotionally satisfying arrangement and a deep appreciation for life’s variety.” —The Washington Post   “As quirky and satisfying a literary journal as its title implies.” —GQ   “There is a spirit of grace and generosity here as Kennedy delights in each of his subjects. He continues to ride his yellow trolley with wonder and delight, and the reader is just as delighted to take the journey with him.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “The writer who emerges here sounds not merely interesting but delightfully genuine. . . . This eclectic collection both entertains and enriches.” —The Dallas Morning News   “Whether he’s discussing his taste for oysters or the plight of the homeless, there’s a touch of the poet about Kennedy.” —Library Journal   “It is Kennedy’s voice that makes this collection sparkle; he is a personable, unique writer, one who studies his craft as well as plies it.” —Booklist  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504042109 Pages: 494