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Who Walk in Darkness

af Chandler Brossard

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First published in 1952, this 'hipster' novel is essential reading for Beat aficionados. The narrator and his friends can be found traipsing from prizefights to Harlem dance halls to Greenwich village haunts, drinking, carousing and not working.
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An exquisite, hip novel that captures, through flat, reportorial style, Greenwich Village bohemia prior to codification by the Beats. Through fictionalized names, the late-1940s San Remo is featured, along with Anatole Broyard, who is outed as being conflicted over his mixed-race ethnicity, and WIlliam Gaddis. Initially published in France by Gallimard. That the French understood the book is salient -- in his own way, Brossard anticipated the tone captured by the New Wave directors, if you think of Godard's "Breathless" as being removed and almost documentarian. The absence of this novel on lists of best American fiction is a massive, inexplicable void.
  Fnarkle | Nov 12, 2015 |
What really struck me about this book is how well developed its characters are, which in Beat literature is not always the case. And although the plot is very loose, the story's very tightly written. If you're into Beat literature, I would recommend it. ( )
  fanoula | Nov 9, 2008 |
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First published in 1952, this 'hipster' novel is essential reading for Beat aficionados. The narrator and his friends can be found traipsing from prizefights to Harlem dance halls to Greenwich village haunts, drinking, carousing and not working.

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