A Bliss Case: A Novel

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Coffee House Press, 1989 - Fiction - 176 pages
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English professor turns New Age guru. A New York Times notable book for 1989. "Rockland...scores a hit with this smoothly written first novel, which has a serious message about the virtues of selfishness. This reviewer hasn't laughed so hard since Josh Greenfield and Paul Mazursky's Harry and Tonto."--Booklist

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A popular, middle-aged English professor (proclaimed "Sidney Kantor, Superstar'' in student graffiti) is driven by unresolved yearnings to abandon his job and family in New Jersey and join a religious ... Read full review

Contents

EDGE CITY
41
A BLISS CASE
85
COWBOYS AND INDIANS
121
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