Sombrero fallout: a Japanese novel

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Simon and Schuster, 1976 - Fiction - 187 pages
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Features two interrelated stories. The first, about a sombrero falling from the sky and its affect on humanity. In the second, the narrator of the first story thinks about his Japanese ex-lover who has recently moved out of his apartment.

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An American humorist, without any discernable sense of humor, loses his Japanese lover. He writes the beginning of a story in which a cold sombrero falls from the sky, but throws it into the ... Read full review

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A truly liberating novel which is hard to pigeonhole. Blazed a trail that many followed. Read full review


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Richard Brautigan published 11 novels, a book of short stories, and 8 books of poetry during his short life. He is best known for "Troutfishing In America," which has sold over 3 million copies worldwide.

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