Who Walk in Darkness: A Novel by Chandler Brossard

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Who Walk in Darkness: A Novel

'“Anybody who has dug some of the delicious saloons on West Third Street, got his kicks in the San Remo or passed some charge around a mixed grill of teaheads, hollow men, female baritones and uptown slummers in a coldwater flat over West Street will recognize at once the fine, crummy verisimilitude Chandler Brossard brings to his first novel. . . . His characters are lighted up with a kind of radiance.” —The New York Times   “A handy index to the argot and obsessions of the early 50s, with its concern with pot, sexual and political identity, and the emergence of racial polarity.” —The Village Voice   “A completely new and shocking adventure . . . A novel that will leave you at the same time cold with horror and warm with truth.” —The Houston Post   “A tremendous story of the city.” —The Cincinnati Enquirer   “Brossard’s novel hits straight to the center.” —The Nation   “One of the most outstanding American writers.” —New York Herald Tribune'
'“Anybody who has dug some of the delicious saloons on West Third Street, got his kicks in the San Remo or passed some charge around a mixed grill of teaheads, hollow men, female baritones and uptown slummers in a coldwater flat over West Street will recognize at once the fine, crummy verisimilitude Chandler Brossard brings to his first novel. . . . His characters are lighted up with a kind of radiance.” —The New York Times   “A handy index to the argot and obsessions of the early 50s, with its concern with pot, sexual and political identity, and the emergence of racial polarity.” —The Village Voice   “A completely new and shocking adventure . . . A novel that will leave you at the same time cold with horror and warm with truth.” —The Houston Post   “A tremendous story of the city.” —The Cincinnati Enquirer   “Brossard’s novel hits straight to the center.” —The Nation   “One of the most outstanding American writers.” —New York Herald Tribune'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504012140 Pages: 312