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Gary Indiana's essays, like his fiction, take no prisoners. In fifteen years of writing for the likes of The Village Voice, Artforum, Details and Art in America, he has covered the range from Rodney King's beating to Mary McCarthy, to EuroDisney and the Reagan-Bush years. Ignoring good taste, his insights are acute, brash, bracing and intelligent; Let It Bleed collects for the first time some of the most engaging and provocative writing that has been produced in a long time.
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?His reports from the front ring as true as stories your grandma told you... except that your grandma wasn't this funny, smart, mean, self-examined or perceptive - nor, in all probability, did she use the same vocabulary? Publishers Weekly ?Raw, caustic, and almost frighteningly intelligent essays? Sunday TimesSynopsis:
In this collection, Gary Indiana dissects everything from EuroDisney, the Reagan-Bush years and the Rodney King beating to the works of Mary McCarthy and Gilbert and George. It offers insight into the events and cultures of the 20th century.
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