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As She Climbed Across the Table

Lethem, Jonathan. As She Climbed Across the Table. Read by David Aaron Baker. Maryland: Books on Tape, 2007.

Reason read: February is Lethem’s birth month. 320 more words

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MEMORIES OF A BOWIE CONFERENCE: 18. MY SET IS AMAZING, IT EVEN SMELLS LIKE A STREET

Vanessa Garcia How Superficial! : David Bowie in 21st Century Literature and the Art of Surfacing

SPEAKER Garcia is an artist and journalist. She is the Founding Artistic Director of Krane theatre/arts company… 262 more words

Review – Motherless Brooklyn

Lionel Essrog is Brooklyn’s very own self-appointed Human Freakshow, an orphan whose Tourettic impulses drive him to bark, count, and rip apart our language in startling and original ways. 686 more words

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Book Review: Amnesia Moon by Jonathan Lethem

What’s it about? 

“In Jonathan Lethem’s wryly funny second novel, we meet a young man named Chaos, who’s living in a movie theater in post-apocalyptic Wyoming, drinking alcohol, and eating food out of cans. 496 more words

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TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE

From Jonathan Lethem’s The Empty Room.

My father created a sign-in sheet at the empty room’s door. My mother spent her afternoons managing it. This was the first thing she complained of when my father slogged in for dinner.

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The Fortress of Solitude

By: Jonathan Lethem
Fiction
2003
Subject Matter: Brooklyn; New York, NY; Male friendship; Race relations; Teenage boys
Rating: 2.5/5

The Fortress of Solitude is exhausting. 504 more words

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