Best Download [Richard Kalich] ☆ Central Park West Trilogy: The Nihilesthete, Penthouse F, Charlie P || [Manga Book] PDF ☆
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Central Park West Trilogy includes three novels originally published separately and collected for the first time in a single volume Postmodern fables, dark, shocking, perversely funny, wickedly astute, and compulsively readable, they share Kalich s ferocious energy and unique vision Together, they break down standard notions of plot, character and form a body of work t Central Park West Trilogy includes three novels originally published separately and collected for the first time in a single volume Postmodern fables, dark, shocking, perversely funny, wickedly astute, and compulsively readable, they share Kalich s ferocious energy and unique vision Together, they break down standard notions of plot, character and form a body of work that is distinctive and brilliant The Nihilesthete nominated for a Pen Faulkner Award, The Hemingway Award, a National Book Award, and Pulitzer Prize introduces us to Kalich s dark world, where a spiritually desolate caseworker plays increasingly sadistic games with a limbless, speechless idiot with a painter s eye This enigmatic physically diminished esthete will reveal not only his true essence, but the very center of what it means to be human Penthouse F is a cautionary tale that takes the form of an inquiry into the suicide or murder of a young boy and girl in the Manhattan penthouse of a writer named Richard Kalich Blurring the lines between reality and fantasy, kindness and cruelty, love and obsession, guilt and responsibility, writer and character, Penthouse F is a critical examination of an increasingly voyeuristic society, a metafiction where Kalich the writer, Kalich the person and Kalich the character all merge together, as the reader must pick through the confusion to discover the truth Charlie P dispenses with a conventional narrative altogether, as we follow the comic misadventures of a singularly unique, comic and outlandish Everyman At age three, when his father dies, he decides to overcome mortality by becoming immortal by not living his life, he will live forever Akin to other great American icons such as Sinclair Lewis s Babbit and Forrest Gump, Charlie P, while asocial and alienated, is, at the same time, at the heart of the American dream Richard Kalich is after what it means to be profoundly out of step with one s culture yet still unwilling to let go of the American dream Brian Evenson Kalich is a successful novelist, one who has succeeded in consistently producing perplexing fictions that fail to categorize themselves and escape the warping influence of authorial intent Electronic Book Review Kalich represents the best in contemporary fiction He has every chance to become why not a living classical author Hooligan Literary Magazine The Nihilesthete is a brilliant, hammer hitting, lights out novel Los Angeles Times One of the most powerfully written books of the decade San Francisco Chronicle A tour de force equals the best work of playwright Sam Shepard Columbus Post Dispatch Penthouse F is akin to the best work of Paul Auster in terms of its readability without sacrificing its intelligence of experiment Kalich delivers afresh, relevant, and enticingly readable work of metafiction American Book Review Ghosts haunt this book from first page to last Dostoevsky, Mallarme, Kafka, Mann, Camus, Pessoa, Gombrowicz and, oh yes, most perniciously of all, Kalich Warren Motte, World Literature Today If one of the great European intransigents of the last century say, Franz Kafka or Georges Bataille or Witold Gombrowicz were around to write a novel about our era of reality TV and the precession of simulacra, the era of Big Brother and The Real World, what would it look like Well, it might look like Richard Kalich s Penthouse F
  • Title: Central Park West Trilogy: The Nihilesthete, Penthouse F, Charlie P
  • Author: Richard Kalich
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  • Page: 211
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Central Park West Trilogy: The Nihilesthete, Penthouse F, Charlie P By Richard Kalich Central Park West Trilogy includes three novels originally published separately and collected for the first time in a single volume Postmodern fables, dark, shocking, perversely funny, wickedly astute, and compulsively readable, they share Kalich s ferocious energy and unique vision Together, they break down standard notions of plot, character and form a body of work t Central Park West Trilogy includes three novels originally published separately and collected for the first time in a single volume Postmodern fables, dark, shocking, perversely funny, wickedly astute, and compulsively readable, they share Kalich s ferocious energy and unique vision Together, they break down standard notions of plot, character and form a body of work that is distinctive and brilliant The Nihilesthete nominated for a Pen Faulkner Award, The Hemingway Award, a National Book Award, and Pulitzer Prize introduces us to Kalich s dark world, where a spiritually desolate caseworker plays increasingly sadistic games with a limbless, speechless idiot with a painter s eye This enigmatic physically diminished esthete will reveal not only his true essence, but the very center of what it means to be human Penthouse F is a cautionary tale that takes the form of an inquiry into the suicide or murder of a young boy and girl in the Manhattan penthouse of a writer named Richard Kalich Blurring the lines between reality and fantasy, kindness and cruelty, love and obsession, guilt and responsibility, writer and character, Penthouse F is a critical examination of an increasingly voyeuristic society, a metafiction where Kalich the writer, Kalich the person and Kalich the character all merge together, as the reader must pick through the confusion to discover the truth Charlie P dispenses with a conventional narrative altogether, as we follow the comic misadventures of a singularly unique, comic and outlandish Everyman At age three, when his father dies, he decides to overcome mortality by becoming immortal by not living his life, he will live forever Akin to other great American icons such as Sinclair Lewis s Babbit and Forrest Gump, Charlie P, while asocial and alienated, is, at the same time, at the heart of the American dream Richard Kalich is after what it means to be profoundly out of step with one s culture yet still unwilling to let go of the American dream Brian Evenson Kalich is a successful novelist, one who has succeeded in consistently producing perplexing fictions that fail to categorize themselves and escape the warping influence of authorial intent Electronic Book Review Kalich represents the best in contemporary fiction He has every chance to become why not a living classical author Hooligan Literary Magazine The Nihilesthete is a brilliant, hammer hitting, lights out novel Los Angeles Times One of the most powerfully written books of the decade San Francisco Chronicle A tour de force equals the best work of playwright Sam Shepard Columbus Post Dispatch Penthouse F is akin to the best work of Paul Auster in terms of its readability without sacrificing its intelligence of experiment Kalich delivers afresh, relevant, and enticingly readable work of metafiction American Book Review Ghosts haunt this book from first page to last Dostoevsky, Mallarme, Kafka, Mann, Camus, Pessoa, Gombrowicz and, oh yes, most perniciously of all, Kalich Warren Motte, World Literature Today If one of the great European intransigents of the last century say, Franz Kafka or Georges Bataille or Witold Gombrowicz were around to write a novel about our era of reality TV and the precession of simulacra, the era of Big Brother and The Real World, what would it look like Well, it might look like Richard Kalich s Penthouse F

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