Budding Prospects: A Pastoral (Contemporary American Fiction)
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|Brand||Boyle, T. Coraghessan|
|Catalog Number List||POXM-0140299963; XM-0140299963|
|EAN List||EAN List Element: 9780140299960|
|Item Dimensions||Height: 780; Length: 510; Width: 70|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Number Of Pages||336|
|Package Dimensions||Height: 80; Length: 770; Weight: 40; Width: 510|
|Product Type Name||ABIS_BOOK|
|Title||Budding Prospects: A Pastoral (Contemporary American Fiction)|
Budding Prospects A Pastoral Contemporary American Fiction
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Adapting T. C. Boyle's 1984 novel, “Budding Prospects: A Pastoral,” Mr. Zwigoff (who directed the pilot and wrote it with his wife, Melissa Axelrod) recreates with loving care the mid-80s, pre-internet Mission District of San Francisco, just beginning...
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An equally fitting epigraph for Mr. Boyle's tale of rage and madness and Oedipal conflict might have come from Philip Roth's 1997 classic, “American Pastoral,” which contrasted the optimistic strain of Emersonian self-reliance in the American character...