6 edition of Cities of the Red Night found in the catalog.
Cities of the Red Night
William S. Burroughs
March 15, 1982
by Holt Paperbacks
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
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Description of the book "Cities of the Red Night": An opium addict is lost in the jungle; young men wage war against an empire of mutants; a handsome young pirate faces his execution; and, the world's population is infected with a radioactive epidemic. These stories are woven together in a single tale of mayhem and chaos. Cities of the Red Night (Paperback) By William S. Burroughs. Henry Holt & Company, Publication Date: March 1, List Price: * * Individual store prices may vary. Buy at Local Store. Enter your zip code below to .
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Cities of the Red Night follows a dual narrative, slipping fluidly between the early 18th century exploits of a libertarian pirate crew, led by gunsmith Noah Blake, and the late 20th century private asshole (Clem Snide) hired to find the decapitated remains of one Jerry Green -- victim apparent of a bizarre hanging/sex cult.
It is worth noting that hanging and the spontaneous erections /5. “Cities of the Red Night is Burroughs's masterpiece. In it, the world ends with a bang--and a barely perceived whimper, disguised by the wicked smile of one of the most dazzling magicians of our time.”Los Angeles Time Book ReviewCited by: Cities of the Red Night: The Red Night Trilogy, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged William S.
Burroughs (Author), Ray Porter (Narrator), Blackstone Audio, Inc. (Publisher) & 0 more4/5(56). open the door on cities of red night and you are confronted with a bosch like vista of inverted reality. unlike the 60s cut-ups this is more accessible although don't open it expecting anything approaching a lineal narrative because burroughs doesnt do anything the straight way.
if you are amused by the image of a six foot centipede with a translucent humanhead then this is 5/5(5). Cities of the Red Night: A Novel by Burroughs, William S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Free download or read online Cities of the Red Night pdf (ePUB) book.
The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by William S. Burroughs. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this fiction, literature story are,/5. Find books like Cities of the Red Night from the world’s largest community of readers.
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CITIES OF THE RED NIGHT User Review - Kirkus. As long as the Beat Generation continues to engage self-styled hipsters, counter-culturalists, and transgressors, the work of the late Burroughs () will continue to waste precious wood pulp /5(2).
Get this from a library. Cities of the red night. [William S Burroughs] -- Clem Snide, a private detective, has to solve a case of ritual murder.
In the Gobi Desertyears ago, a red virus has erupted. And in the 18th century, gay pirates have set up their own. Dedicated to "the nameless gods of dispersal and emptiness," the novel has three major, interwoven parts: the story of the Cities of the Red Night, ur-Sodoms in the Gobi desert in which hanging seems to be the general pastime; a mock-detective story featuring (as in Naked Lunch) Clem Snide, a "private asshole" on the trail of disappeared boys.
First published inCities of the Red Night was no exception: Kirkus pronounced it DOA. Meandering and full of “neo-Reichian crackpottery,” we dismissed it as “ponderous, self-anesthetized,” and dealing in “pursy anarcho-pietisms and tennis-shoe philosophy.”.
City of Night is a novel written by John was originally published in in New York by Grove Press. Earlier excerpts had appeared in Evergreen Review, Big Table, Nugget, and The London Magazine. City of Night is notable for its exposé approach to and stark depiction of hustling, as well as its stream of consciousness narrative : John Rechy.
An opium addict is lost in the jungle; young men wage war against an empire of mutants; a handsome young pirate faces his execution; and the world's population is infected with a radioactive epidemic. These stories are woven together in a single tale of mayhem and chaos.
In the first novel of the tr 5/5(1). Book 1 As told by the Master This first volume of the final #Burroughs trilogy, "Red Night" has captured me firmly in its grasp.
The weaving of several simultaneous threads which the reader must unravel in "Cities of the Red Night," illustrates and embodies the instructions given by the author on constructing a virus in "Electronic Revolution."5/5(1).
Click to read more about Cities of the Red Night by William S. Burroughs. But then, in book three, from which the novel takes its name, drugs start writing the book, which shifts into a world of five (entirely fictional) dueling cities.
The anchors of the first pages come loose and swirl around with fever victims, imaginary drugs /5(7). "Cities of the Red Night is Burroughs' masterpiece. In it, the world ends with a bang-and a barely perceived whimper, disguised by the wicked smile of one of the most dazzling magicians of our time."-Los Angeles Times Book Review.
Cities of the Red Night is the first book in his final trilogy of novels (the Red Night trilogy), and it's followed by The Place of Dead Roads and The Western Lands.
Loosely speaking, the non-linear plot alternates between a group of pirates seeking the freedom to set up an anarchist community during the 18th century, and a detective who's /5(31).
In fact the outrageousness of “Cities of the Red Night” suggests it was written in collaboration with Swift, Baudelaire, Schopenhauer, Orwell, Lenny Bruce, General Patton, and in a curiously perverse way, John Calvin.
Inside the pessimistic cloak he has shrouded himself, a strait-laced moralist with religious strivings is struggling to emerge. Suggested is the notion of the spirit itself erupting from the inflamed, blistering body, its distinctive musky aroma being that of the “Red Fever” (a.k.a.
Virus B), a disease originally endemic to the ancient mythical cities for which the book is named: Tamaghis, Ba’dan, Yass-Waddah, Waghdas, Naufana, and Ghadis.
Oh, the long, long night, with Lucie crying out for her husband! Oh, the long night, with her father still gone and no word of how he was doing. Twice more in the darkness the bell at the great gate sounded, and the irruption was repeated, and the grindstone whirled and spluttered.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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