1 edition of Going for a beer found in the catalog.
Going for a beer
Written in English
|Statement||Robert Coover ; introduction by T.C. Boyle|
|Contributions||Boyle, T. Coraghessan, writer of introduction|
|LC Classifications||PS3553.O633 A6 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 416 pages|
|Number of Pages||416|
|LC Control Number||2017051773|
We're Going on a Bear Hunt is a children's picture book written by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen has won numerous awards and was the subject of a Guinness World Record for "Largest Reading Lesson" with a book-reading attended by 1, children, and an additio listeners online, in While B is for Beer is about Gracie, it’s also, unsurprisingly, a book about beer itself, about the beer making process, the cultural import of beer and the Magic of beer. When I got home from the bookstore, I cracked the book open, unsure exactly how this was going to play out, this kid’s book about beer.
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Going for a Beer is always a good idea specially if you don’t have any liver conditions. This book is like going for a beer without the alcohol. It transports you to many micro universes. Now being serious: this piece has the plus of putting into perspective the author’s production from (The Brother) to (Invasion of the Martians)/5(6).
Robert Coover, an American writer, penned a short story, called, Going for a Beer, which is about a man whose life is rolling out like a movie on a fast-forward motion, where you are bound to miss out the important scenes and moments.4/5.
“A mixtape of variations and a fugue on time from a postmodern master. Familiar tales and conventional genres are made new, tinged with shuddering wonder and titillating humor.” —Yu-Yun Hsieh, The New York Times Book Review, Going For a Beer, Selected Short Fictions, Robert Coover, The thirty stories in Going for a Beer confirm Coover’s reputation as "one of America’s greatest literary geniuses" (Alan Moore).
Robert Coover has been playing by his own rules for more than half a century, earning the Rea Award for the Short Story as "a writer who has managed, willfully and even perversely, to remain his. The thirty stories in Going for a Beer confirm Coover’s reputation as "one of America’s greatest literary geniuses" (Alan Moore).
About the Author Robert Coover is the author of Huck Out West, among many other works of fiction. Going for a Beer. Robert Coover. Norton, $ (p) ISBN Coover has been testing the limits of fiction for more than 50 years, and his. “A mixtape of variations and a fugue on time from a postmodern master.
Familiar tales and conventional genres are made new, tinged with shuddering wonder and titillating humor.” —Yu-Yun Hsieh, The New York Times Book Review Robert Coover has been playing by his own rules for more than half a century, earning the Rea Award for the Short Story as “a writer who.
Robert Coover’s new collection of short stories, Going for a Beer, is a mixtape of variations and a fugue on time from a postmodern master. The prismatic repertoire of nearly six decades, it comprises something old, something new, something borrowed and something dark and blue That range, from primal myth to science fiction, is representative.3/4(6).
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“ Going for a Beer ” by Robert Coover is a short, surreal journey of moments that bleed into one another and skip years. It reminds me of Jonathan Safran Foer’s piece “ Here We Aren’t, So Quickly.” However, whereas, Foer’s short story is a mixture of moments as well, it trends toward cleverness and romance.
Going For A Beer by Robert Coover, The magic trick: Smashing a lifetime into a single paragraph This is Robert Coover, so we shouldn’t expect the normal rules of the space-time continuum to apply. Still, he never fails to jolt with his uncanny ability to distort chronology and reality.
In “Going For A Beer,”. Robert Coover’s short story about a lifetime of events set in motion by a man deciding to go for a beer at a neighborhood bar. On your way to becoming an expert, you'll tear through a shelf full of beer books.
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The thirty stories in Going for a Beer confirm Coover's reputation as "one of America's greatest literary geniuses" (Alan Moore). Going for a Beer audiobook by Robert Coover, narrated by Charlie Thurston.
Get to know an author regarded as a “trickster, tinkerer, inventor, [and] parodist” (This New York Times) in this collection of 30 of his best short stories.
The thirty stories in Going for a Beer confirm Coover’s reputation as "one of America’s greatest literary geniuses" (Alan Moore).
Robert Coover’s new collection of short stories, “Going for a Beer,” is a mixtape of variations and a fugue on time from a postmodern master. The prismatic repertoire of.
_In “Going for a Beer,” you cover a man’s adult life in one paragraph of just over a thousand words. What prompted you to condense an entire existence in this way and is every life so easily summed. Title: Going For A Beer: Selected Short Fictions Format: Paperback Product dimensions: pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: pages, X X in Published: Ma Publisher: WW Norton Language: English.
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Palmer. After that, there are books on more specific subjects, such as brewing IPA's, brewing Begium beers, brewing extreme beers, brewing lager beers, etc. He has written many novels and books of stories. The best of these stories are now collected in “Going for a Beer” — a deceptively aw-shucks title for a volume that more accurately would add.