The last angry man: a novel

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Scribner, 1956 - Fiction - 494 pages
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Dr. Abelman sixty-eight and weary but still undefeated, is made the focal point of a TV show. The doctor, however, is known to his Brooklyn slum as 'nasty-tongued,' and he has no reverence for TV raitings or the TV public."

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User Review  - Jonathan - Goodreads

One of the better books I've read. I thoroughly enjoyed it and found the portrayal of an extremely angry old man as the hero to be very fascinating. Read full review

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"There aren't enough people left who get mad, plain mad. Not mad for a cause or a purpose, but just generally mad at all the bitchery and fraud. We take fraud for granted. We accept it. We like it. We ... Read full review


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