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Burroughs & Scotland : dethroning the ancients : the commitment of exile

Author: Chris Kelso
Publisher: [United Kingdom] : Beatdom Books ; 2021.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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In Burroughs and Scotland, Chris Kelso explores the relationship between William S. Burroughs (author of Naked Lunch, Junkie, and The Soft Machine) and a country very much attuned to the Beat author's provocative, transgressive sci-fi style of literature. Kelso investigates why Burroughs was drawn to Scotland, why Scotland was drawn to Burroughs, and what exactly the author go up to during his various visits to  Read more...
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Named Person: William S Burroughs; William S Burroughs
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Kelso
ISBN: 0993409970 9780993409974
OCLC Number: 1227273120
Description: xvii, 101 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Other Titles: Burroughs and Scotland
Responsibility: by Chris Kelso ; (illustrations by Shane Swank).

Abstract:

In Burroughs and Scotland, Chris Kelso explores the relationship between William S. Burroughs (author of Naked Lunch, Junkie, and The Soft Machine) and a country very much attuned to the Beat author's provocative, transgressive sci-fi style of literature. Kelso investigates why Burroughs was drawn to Scotland, why Scotland was drawn to Burroughs, and what exactly the author go up to during his various visits to Edinburgh.

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