Conversations with Nelson Algren
In these frank and often devastating conversations Nelson Algren reveals himself with all the gruff humor, deflating insight, honesty, and critical brilliance that marked his career. Prodded by H. E. F. Donohue, Algren discusses everything from his childhood to his compulsion to write to his relationship with Simone de Beauvoir. The result is a masterful portrait of a rebel and a major American writer.
レビュー - レビューを書く
Review: Conversations with Nelson Algrenユーザー レビュー - Mike - Goodreads
My favorite part of these interviews is when Algen dismisses gay writers as unworthy and when Donohue reminds him of Walt Whitman, Algren has to eat his own words. This exchange reflects badly on much of Algren's literary opinions. Also enjoyed him talking about his writing process. レビュー全文を読む
Review: Conversations with Nelson Algrenユーザー レビュー - Stephen - Goodreads
Highlighting a mostly forgotten author, "Conversations with Nelson Algren," is rich in themes relevant today, and a critique of American life a worthy of consideration. Algren was a "tough guy" writer ... レビュー全文を読む