Dangling Man: A Novel
Secker & Warburg, 1984 - 191 pages
A novel in which the victim of a series of mix-ups (which delays his entry into the army) finds himself facing a year with nothing to do, and so decides to keep a record of his time on the streets of Chicago. From the author of THE ADVENTURES OF AUGIE MARCH and HERZOG.
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Review: Dangling ManUser Review - Bill Kidd - Goodreads
Extraordinary. I have not read any Bellow before but will have to get more now. The language is dense and the brain is huge so it's not an easy read but the gems of insight and the language quite ... Read full review
Review: Dangling ManUser Review - Goodreads
"no virtue could be considered greater than that of trying to preserve oneself." For such a short book, this one is NOT light. A story about Joseph, rebel and a little disillusioned with life. He ... Read full review