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Several Perceptions Angela Carter

Several Perceptions By Angela Carter

Several Perceptions by Angela Carter

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* Full of the wit and irreverence for which Carter is renowned

Several Perceptions Summary

Several Perceptions by Angela Carter

Centre stage in Angela Carter's unruly tale of the Flower Power Generation is Joseph - a decadent, disorientated rebel without a cause. A self-styled nihilist whose girlfriend has abandoned him, Joseph has decided to give up existing. But his concerned friends and neighbours have other plans.

In an effort to join in the spirit of protest which motivates his contemporaries, Joseph frees a badger from the local zoo; sends a turd airmail to the President of the United States; falls in love with the mother of his best friend; and, accompanied by the strains of an old man's violin, celebrates Christmas Eve in a bewildering state of sexual discovery. But has he found the Meaning of Life?

Several Perceptions Reviews

'A picture of the Swinging Sixties without the romantic gloss of middle-aged memories' SUNDAY TIMES 'Vintage Carter' The Times

About Angela Carter

One of Britain's most original writers, Angela Carter published her first novel, SHADOW DANCE, in 1965. THE MAGIC TOYSHOP won the 1969 John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and SEVERAL PERCEPTIONS the 1968 Somerset Maugham Prize. Carter's death in 1992 'robbed the English literary scene of one of its most vivacious and compelling voices' (INDEPENDENT).

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Several Perceptions by Angela Carter
Used - Very Good
Little, Brown Book Group
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