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Screw-jack Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Screw-jack Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of Screw-jack by Hunter S. Thompson. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis, Character... More > Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on Screw-jack.< Less
The Curse of Lono Study Guide By BookRags.com
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The Curse of Lono Study Guide contains a comprehensive summary and analysis of The Curse of Lono by Hunter S. Thompson. It includes a detailed Plot Summary, Chapter Summaries & Analysis,... More > Character Descriptions, Objects/Places, Themes, Styles, Quotes, and Topics for Discussion on The Curse of Lono.< Less
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Ambition By Christopher S. Murphy
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A short novel giving insight into both the expression of, and repression of ambition in both poetry and prose. A journey through troubled times within a mind stagnated by society, probing too deep... More > within itself for success in todays ways. Christopher S. Murphy is a modern combination of T.S. Elliot and Hunter S. Thompson. A poet at heart, with the desire to be a novelist.< Less
Beatdom By D.S. Wills
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Beatdom is a magazine for all fans of Beat Generation literature. This is the very first issue of Beatdom, containing interviews with Barry Gifford, Paul Krassner, Ken Babbs and Zane Kesey. We also... More > have a talented group of writers and photographers, who have put together a magazine with features relating the Beat Generation to Buddhism, Bob Dylan, Hunter S Thompson and Walt Whitman; and guides to Beat books, websites and stories.< Less
Ambition By Christopher S. Murphy
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A short novel giving insight into both the expression of, and repression of ambition in both poetry and prose. A journey through troubled times within a mind stagnated by society, probing too deep... More > within itself for success in todays ways. Christopher S. Murphy is a modern combination of T.S. Elliot and Hunter S. Thompson. A poet at heart, with the desire to be a novelist.< Less
Beatdom By D.S. Wills
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Beatdom is a magazine for all fans of Beat Generation literature. This is the very first issue of Beatdom, containing interviews with Barry Gifford, Paul Krassner, Ken Babbs and Zane Kesey. We also... More > have a talented group of writers and photographers, who have put together a magazine with features relating the Beat Generation to Buddhism, Bob Dylan, Hunter S Thompson and Walt Whitman; and guides to Beat books, websites and stories.< Less
Conversation Among The Ruins: A Student Journal 2005 By Edited by D. Nettleingham, K. Blythe & E. Hallam
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This anthology is the culmination of a year of academic thought, covering issues in current affairs, politics, philosophy, social science and the arts. Over the course of 2005, the website... More > conversationamongtheruins.co.uk has published the collected works of the most fertile minds from within the student body at the University of Kent in Canterbury. Addressing such assorted subject matter as the American Presidential Elections, Sartre’s conception of ‘Bad Faith’, sport as an art form, and an obituary of the late Hunter S. Thompson, this book collects the best articles of the past twelve months.< Less
The Old Man Fred Chronicles By Justin Berkbigler
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The Old Man Fred Chronicles is a collection of essays, poetry and prose. Each piece is an individual thought written under the influence of Kerouac, Hunter S. Thompson and The Doors. The book is an... More > open journal recounting my thoughts on the split of my family and my loss of religion, my anxious relationship with my father, the end of my first relationship and strange characters that I met along the way such as Cookie the transvestite.< Less
Quick Guide: Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas By College Guide World
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“Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas” by Hunter S. Thompson was first published as a book in the year 1972. The subtitle of the novel is “A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American... More > Dream.” The novel is based on autobiographical incidents. It is a roman a clef. Raoul Duke is the protagonist of the novel. Dr. Gonzo is Duke’s attorney. Both of them reach Las Vegas to follow the American Dream through a drug-induced haze. “Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas” is said to be Thompson’s most famous work. The descriptions are quite lurid and enchanting. The author describes drug use to great lengths. The story was first published in two parts in Rolling Stone Magazine in the year 1971. After one year, it was published as a novel. Quick Guide: Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three: Characters Chapter Four: Complete Summary Part One Part Two Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less

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