Red-dirt Marijuana and Other Tastes

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Citadel Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Fiction - 246 pages
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Before the "new journalism" of Wolfe, Talese, and Kubrick, before the Brave Gonzo World of Hunter S. Thompson, there was legendary cult writer Terry Southern. This widely recognized underground classic is a collection of Southern's short pieces--two dozen hilarious, well-observed sketches which expose the hypocrisy of American social mores.

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

Red-Dirt Marijuana and Other Tastes by Terry Southern (The New American Library 1967)(3569.08R43) is a collection of short-stories with no common theme that I could discern. The title story, "Red-Dirt ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jon McMahon - Goodreads

Frequently transcendent, absurd, poetic, haunting, human, too true. Read full review

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