Slow Fade (2020)

Slow Fade With a geography as diverse as the streets of Beverly Hills and the charnel grounds of India a Mexican beach resort and the Russian Tea Room in New York City this is a spare eloquent and deeply in
  • Title: Slow Fade
  • Author: Rudolph Wurlitzer
  • ISBN: 9780394536101
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • With a geography as diverse as the streets of Beverly Hills and the charnel grounds of India, a Mexican beach resort and the Russian Tea Room in New York City, this is a spare, eloquent, and deeply informed novel about the world of the movies It is a profound and utterly convincing portrait of a man whose career and life has been devoted to the manipulation of imagesand tWith a geography as diverse as the streets of Beverly Hills and the charnel grounds of India, a Mexican beach resort and the Russian Tea Room in New York City, this is a spare, eloquent, and deeply informed novel about the world of the movies It is a profound and utterly convincing portrait of a man whose career and life has been devoted to the manipulation of imagesand the story of how, at the age of 71, he tries to divest himself of illusions and make peace with his demons and his past.
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    2. On image and illusions holy or worldly, Wurlitzer s novel delivers on range, voice and authority tinged with the scruff of counter culture Wurlitzer s landscape is the world of image making and the search for truth and consolation in art, life and religion With Wurlitzer s chops as a screenwriter, he comes to the novel as a point of distance and reflection The females are all reductive the book is at play in a male romantic fade out and it s the male archetypes that have the most fun in this Sti [...]

    3. AD Ballou Walker Hardin Hardin slows the narrative down to a crawl in certain parts.Overall an important and memorable book, but would AD be satisfied with 3 stars Would he even give a shit Probably not.

    4. meh i like the movies from his screenplays better, and the movies i imagine from his books than actually reading them.

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