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Review: Catch As Catch Can: The Collected Stories and Other Writings

User Review  - Marthe Bijman - Goodreads

When you hear the title “Catch” you immediately think of Heller's famous WWII novel, “Catch 22”, written in 1961. The phrase “catch-22″ now means “a double bind”, or a sort of bureaucratic madness ... Read full review

Review: Catch As Catch Can: The Collected Stories and Other Writings

User Review  - Blair - Goodreads

Catch-22 is one of my all time favourite novels and the ephemera relating to it in this collection, including two excised sections from the published novel, a play adaptation of Clevinger's trial and ... Read full review

Review: Catch As Catch Can: The Collected Stories and Other Writings

User Review  - Brent - Goodreads

For Heller completests' only. The early stories aren't very good, as Heller himself admits in 'Now and Then.' At best they evoke a 1940's B-movie film-noir feel. The better stories are later on after ... Read full review

Review: Catch As Catch Can: The Collected Stories and Other Writings

User Review  - Jason - Goodreads

Joseph Heller is on and off. When he's on, he's spot on. But when he's off, he's boring as hell and long-winded as a train bound for nowhere. Some of his old short stories (particularly "the girl from ... Read full review


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