|LC Classifications||PS3563.A293 L66 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||531 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||2004266425|
For its technical brilliance, its unremitting intelligence, for the rich complexity of the homologies and analogies between its systems and the fearful times we live in, . Editorial Reviews "For its technical brilliance, its unremitting intelligence, for the rich complexity of the homologies and analogies between its systems and the fearful times we live in, Lookout Cartridge is the rarest kind of achievement." (George Stade, The New York Times Book Review) "Spectacular, richly imagined an excruciatingly difficult book to put down."Brand: Dzanc Books. The ultimate picaresque stomp and the fourth one (Hind's Kidnap, etc.) of Joseph McElroy's bulbously distended novels — part mechanics, part mystery or Mystery, part conspiracy, and all too often unintelligible. (Perhaps it is only a question of getting your ""compass-bearing"" which ""is a rhumb line, really not straight at all, a gentle loop from one point of the great circle you were. Joseph McElroy is the author of nine novels, including A Smuggler’s Bible, Hind’s Kidnap, A Pastoral on Familiar Airs, Ancient History: A Paraphase, Lookout Cartridge, Plus, Women and Men, The Letter Left to Me, Actress in the House, and Cannonball. He has taught at Columbia, Temple, Queens College of the City University of New York, and Brand: Dzanc Books.
Lookout Cartridge begins on Halloween, , with Cartwright’s description of a ride in a damaged helicopter above New York City, where he observes below the sudden flash of an explosion. From. A Reading of Lookout Cartridge (whose loss the book is about) and the sources of the film—I say ‘plot’ not only as tale of events and thoughts which are deeper ‘events,’ but as conspiracy. So there is a lot coming at the reader” (Personal Interview). Jan 15, · Lookout Cartridge by Joseph McElroy, like a cartridge itself, can only be deciphered for the screen behind our eyes once it has been inserted into our mechanistic, computer-brain to decode and process. The complexity and unique style of its prose, and how it "processes" layers of. This page contains details about the Fiction book Lookout cartridge by Joseph McElroy published in This book is the th greatest Fiction book of all time as determined by lfcmalta.com
Lookout Cartridge, Knopf, pages, Book chapters on McElroy. LeClair, Tom (), The Art of Excess: Mastery in Contemporary American Fiction, University of Born: August 21, (age 89), New York City, United . Depending upon one’s view, there may be dozens of characters in Lookout Cartridge or only one, that represented by the voice of Cartwright. As the purposes behind events are ambiguous, so are. A Tusk book--Page  of cover. This banner text can have lfcmalta.com: Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.