Dangling Man: A Novel
Secker & Warburg, 1984 - 191 pages
A novel in which the victim of a series of mix-ups (which delays his entry into the army) finds himself facing a year with nothing to do, and so decides to keep a record of his time on the streets of Chicago. From the author of THE ADVENTURES OF AUGIE MARCH and HERZOG.
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Review: Dangling ManUser Review - Dina - Goodreads
The reviews of this book seem to split the readers into people who vaguely identify with the fatuous intellectual and those who react and judge from a distance. I identify with him. Joseph is a Bellow ... Read full review
Review: Dangling ManUser Review - Mock29 - Goodreads
Written in 1944 and seemingly autobiographical, the main character,Joseph, is a dissipated misanthrope who has been drafted by the Army, but is on hold until his paperwork is sorted. This lasts for ... Read full review