Midnight Cowboy: A Novel

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Simon and Schuster, 1965 - Drifters - 253 pages
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Texas "cowboy", Joe Buck, takes a bus to New York to make his fortune hustling lonely, rich women who will pay for his sexual services. Shortly after arriving, he himself is hustled by con man Ratso Rizzo, with whom he ultimately develops an unusual and deep friendship as they spend a long, hard winter in the underbelly of the city.

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User Review  - bensdad00 - LibraryThing

The people are bright and full of life life, but concurrently sad and broken. None of them are particularly nice, but they are all understandable, if not relate-able. The first third of the book was ... Read full review

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I happened to be reading a book about iconic movies and up popped "Midnight Cowboy" the 1969 mega-hit that broke a lot of ground in the industry. It peaked my curiosity enough to want to read the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
21
Section 2
46
Section 3
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