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The Rough Guide to Cult Fiction review ´ 100 ì This new Rough Guide will make you a literary buff in the time it takes to say Jack Kerouac Even if you already know your Hunter S Thompson from your Jim Thompson you''ll still find it hard to resist a book which tells you which cult novel has been implicated in assassinations which world fThis new Rough Guide will make you a literary buff in the time it takes to say Jack Kerouac Even if you already know your Hunter S Thompson from your Jim Thompson you''ll still find it hard to resist a book which tells you which cult novel has been implicated in assassinations which world famous novelist offered to throw himself off a train to pro. A good little reference book with interesting short histories about various authors Also a good way to discover some new authors to read as it gives a good run down with examples of what each author's writing style and era iswas like

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Ve his devotion to his literary idol and which cult poet and prose stylist inspired a Broadway musical and the Velvet Underground There''s a critical guide to over 150 cult authors from Kathy Acker to Yevgeny Zamyatin including potted biographies their must reads and their surprising influences Reviews of 100 cult novels seminal works by authors w. I just have a uick casual comment about this great little book I know Cult Fiction lists are basically subjective but I found the authors section to not only be full of old friends but also many writers whom I haven't read What I liked best was that it is organized alphabetically as opposed to genre which makes it surprising and entertaining while exposing you to genres you might not peruse naturally

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The Rough Guide to Cult FictionHo never uite achieved cult status themselves but still produced one classic work Finally there''s a cult collection a feast of literary trivia which categorises writers by the diseases they suffered for their art reveals 12 literary giants who wrote standing up and pores over the little known fictional epics of Sarah Bernhardt and Benito Mussolin. I have had this book for so very long and its indispensable and priceless to me So much good information Kind of a bible to me now