Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2016. First Printing. Softcover. "...I suggest that Burroughs seeks to reconcile humanity and the natural world more widely in his texts. This manifests in both his narrative practices and the thematic content of his texts, which reveal a lifelong engagement with ecological issues. Thus the essential question of this book is, to what extent can Burroughs' texts be evaluated in an ecocritical framework. Although...[Item #3072]
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New York, NY: Hanuman Books, 1990. First Edition. Softcover in Stiff Wrappers. "Caustically funny, politically trenchant, and defiantly intolerant of intolerance, he provoked police raids and censorial judges, and created a beautiful, haunting, poignant, outrageous, orgiastic body of work that transformed the artistic landscape of the New York underground..." says the Museum of Modern Art's short online biography of Smith. Jack Smith's name was solidified by two major works, 1962's...[Item #2986]