Derby Dugan's Depression Funnies
Here is Tom De Haven's acclaimed tribute to the comics and their creators now in a paperback edition. An energetic story of the adventures of a pulp fiction writer living and working amid the swank and seedy glory of 1930s New York. At once a rollicking and bittersweet novel about ambition, temptation, and jealousy and the redemptive power of love and the well-chosen wisecrack.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ratastrophe - LibraryThing
This is a book about nostalgia and caring - and it draws you in from the very beginning. Essentially, the narrator is telling the story of the importance of creation; of how it feels to put your ... Read full review
DERBY DUGAN'S DEPRESSION FUNNIESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A good-natured romp through the New York newspaper world of the 1930s, by the whimsical author of such unconventional comic fiction as Freaks' Amour (1979)—and a previous novel about the joys and ... Read full review