Golden Days

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University of California Press, Oct 6, 1996 - Fiction - 196 pages
Available again in paperback, Golden Days is a major novel from one of the most provocative voices on the American literary scene. Linking the recent past with an imagined future, Carolyn See captures life in Los Angeles in the 70s and 80s. This marvelously imaginative, hilarious, and original work offers fresh insights into the way we were, the way we are, and the way we could end up.
 

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Edith Langley, the narrator in Carolyn See’s novel, Golden Days, has a golden-girl enthusiasm that can make her believe. She’s a ready-to-judge-you citizen of Los Angeles, President of the Woman’s ... Read full review

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I love books that love Los Angeles. It's so easy to just dismiss it as shallow and full of traffic and posers and smog, and it IS all that, but there's also that sense of possibility that comes with ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
24
Section 3
44
Section 4
61
Section 5
82
Section 6
107
Section 7
109
Section 8
112
Section 9
126
Section 10
145
Section 11
151
Section 12
153
Section 13
197
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About the author (1996)

Carolyn See, the author of Dreaming: Hard Luck and Good Times in America (California, 1996) and five novels, is a book reviewer for The Washington Post and an adjunct professor of English at University of California, Los Angeles.

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