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[Download] ➾ The Asss Tale  ➹ John  Farris – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 208 pages
  • The Asss Tale
  • John Farris
  • English
  • 05 May 2018
  • 9781570272219

The Asss Tale Fiction John Farris S THE ASS S TALE Is A Rabelaisian Story Of A Dog S Search For His Identity Told In The Existential Down And Dirty Vein Of Ralph Ellison, Ishmael Reed And Chester Himes, This Book In Manuscript Form Circulated Through New York City S Lower East Side For Years John Is A Longtime Denizen Of The Neighborhood He Still Lives Above The Bullet Space Gallery At East Third Street Hot Dog Dirty Dog If You Ever Wanted To Know About Invisible Sex, Check This Out Steve Cannon, Author Of Groove, Bang, And Jive Around And Director Of Gathering Of Tribes Gallery


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14 thoughts on “The Asss Tale

  1. says:

    It s somewhere between Ishmael Reed and William Burroughs but subtle and less fried than Burroughs A drug influenced piece of post surrealism that tells it how it is about race in the USA A hipsters journey in search of his lost identity he s turned firstly into a dog and then becomes invisible but also a battle to stop those who are trying to kill jazz music by murdering those who make it.

  2. says:

    A retelling of The Golden Ass by Apuleius Another reader summarized it as A hipsters journey in search of his lost identity he s turned firstly into a dog and then becomes invisible but also a battle to stop those who are trying to kill jazz music by murdering those who make it I really enjoy surrealist and edgy books, and when I came across this title in the Small Press Distribution catalog it sounded right down my alley Now, while I generally like going into the unusual tale, an author needs to pull me into story within the first few pages I can usually read on and find the place where the story starts cooking, so I ll keep an open mind and continue reading With Farris book I pushed on, and even though I tried up through page 30, I still couldn t get into it This book is a DNF for me.

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