Spy Notes on McInerney's Bright Lights, Big City, Janowitz's Slaves of New York, Ellis' Less Than Zero, and All Those Other Hip Urban Novels of the 1980s

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Dolphin/Doubleday, 1989 - Humor - 89 pages
Spy Notes is deadpan parody, a Cliffs Notes for the ultra hip pop novels that have served to define the fiction of the eighties. Summarizes drug-, sex-, and postadolescent-angst-filled plots in the flat, junior college, arch-academic tone characteristic of Cliffs and Monarch Notes. Doubleday.

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ISBN 0385247451
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