Money. A Suicide Note (Broché)

Martin Amis

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  • Paru le : 01/01/2000
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This is the story of John Self, consumer extraordinaire. Rolling around New York and London, he makes deals, spends wildly and does reckless movie-world business, all the while grabbing everything bc can to sate his massive appetites: alcohol, tobacco, pills, pornography, a mountain of junk food and more. Ceaselessly inventive and thrillingly savage, this is a tale of life lived without restraint; of money, the terrible things it can do and the disasters can precipitate.
  • Date de parution : 01/01/2000
  • Editeur : Penguin Books
  • Collection : penguin classics
  • ISBN : 0-14-118239-3
  • EAN : 9780141182391
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 394 pages
  • Poids : 0.26 Kg
  • Dimensions : 13,0 cm × 19,8 cm × 1,8 cm

Biographie de Martin Amis

Martin Amis was born in Oxford on 25 August 1949. He was educated in Britain, Spain and the USA, attending over thirteen schools and then a series of crammers in London and Brighton. He gained a formal First in English at Exeter College, Oxford. Martin Amis has been an editorial assistant on The Times Literary Supplement and was Literary Editor of the New Statesman from 1977 until 1979 before working as a Special Writer on the Observer. He now contributes to the Independent on Sunday. His publications include two collections of essays, The Moronic Inferno and Visiting Mrs Nabokov, as well as Einstein's Monsters, a collection of stories about the nuclear age. Martin Amis has been highly praised as a novelist ever since the publication of his first book, The Rachel Papers, in 1974, which won a Somerset Maugham Award and has since been made into a popular film. This was followed by Dead Babies; Success; Other People: A Mystery Story; Money; London Fields; Time's Arrow, shortlisted for the 1991 Booker Prize; The Information; Night Train; and Heavy Water. Amis's writing has been called (among other things) 'powerful and obsessive' by J. G. Ballard, 'terminally funny' by the Guardian and, by John Walsh, writing in the Evening Standard, 'full of risky, throw-away conceits and perfectly cadenced gems of description'.
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Money. A Suicide Note
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