Wakefield: A Novel by Andrei Codrescu

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Wakefield: A Novel

'“One of our most prodigiously talented and magical writers, [Codrescu] manages to be brilliant and insightful, tough and seductive about American culture.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Perverse, romantic, profound, hilarious, cynical, moving, always surprising, and gorgeously written, Wakefield is hell-bent comic poetry, and the best kind of fun: the sort that forever changes the way you look at the world, from picayune details to the meaning of life.” —Elizabeth McCracken   “Wakefield zig-zags on wheels of comic brilliance, totally flattening a lot of useless architecture—physical and psychological—along the way.” —Tom Robbins   “A brilliantly inventive cathedral of a book. No one—and I mean no one—is more deeply in touch with the zeitgeist of this obsessive, lunatic age than Andrei Codrescu. In our culture, in our literature, he is essential.” —Robert Olen Butler  '
'“One of our most prodigiously talented and magical writers, [Codrescu] manages to be brilliant and insightful, tough and seductive about American culture.” —The New York Times Book Review   “Perverse, romantic, profound, hilarious, cynical, moving, always surprising, and gorgeously written, Wakefield is hell-bent comic poetry, and the best kind of fun: the sort that forever changes the way you look at the world, from picayune details to the meaning of life.” —Elizabeth McCracken   “Wakefield zig-zags on wheels of comic brilliance, totally flattening a lot of useless architecture—physical and psychological—along the way.” —Tom Robbins   “A brilliantly inventive cathedral of a book. No one—and I mean no one—is more deeply in touch with the zeitgeist of this obsessive, lunatic age than Andrei Codrescu. In our culture, in our literature, he is essential.” —Robert Olen Butler  '
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504019880 Pages: 283