Free agents

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Harper & Row, Apr 1, 1984 - Fiction - 197 pages
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This collection of stories features a freewheeling version of the creation of the Disney empire--young Walt liked to sketch little animals and his brother Will was a nascent Alexander the Great of entertainment--and a story about primal therapy and circum

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Revisiting Max Apple and thoroughly enjoying it. For some reason - and to this day I have no I idea where they came from - as a small boy, on my bookshelf among The Hardy Boys Mysteries, Encyclopedia ... Read full review

Contents

MOMMAS BOY
115
BUSINESS TALK
126
5
135
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Max Apple has published two collections of stories, The Oranging of America and Free Agents, two novels, Zip and Propheteers, and two books of nonfiction, Roommates and I Love Gootie. Five of his books have been New York Times Notable Books. Apple lives near Philadelphia and teaches at the University of Pennsylvania.

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