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Miss Lonelyhearts By Nathaniel West
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Miss Lonelyhearts & The Day of the Locust By Nathanael West
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Quartzsite Lonely Hearts By Helen Harding
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This short novel was written in ten days on a dare. (You try it!) It is about a group of men and women who get together two by two for friendship and conversation. Things happen. A mysterious... More > death, a felony warrant. Set in Quartzsite with a side trip to Slab City and the Salton Sea it is by no means intended to be accurate about any thing in any way.< Less
I spent the day with a freak (no I didn't) By David Jordan
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Very funny, and surreal story about a man and a woman on their first date: Bolton Brady and Veda, set in London, November 2001. Bolton is forty, not into assets, has never lived with a woman and... More > looked into the future and seen loneliness. So he decides to do something about it. He advertises in a lonely-hearts column, and receives six replies, but after experiencing one disaster after another only Veda remains between him and his sanity. As the day unfolds the line between reality and fantasy becomes blurred, building to a surreal, yet poignant, conclusion.< Less
I spent the day with a freak (no I didn't) By David Jordan
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Very funny, and surreal story about a man and a woman on their first date: Bolton Brady and Veda, set in London, November 2001. Bolton is forty, not into assets, has never lived with a woman and... More > looked into the future and seen loneliness. So he decides to do something about it. He advertises in a lonely-hearts column, and receives six replies, but after experiencing one disaster after another only Veda remains between him and his sanity. As the day unfolds the line between reality and fantasy becomes blurred, building to a surreal, yet poignant, conclusion.< Less