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by Sandra Braman,Douglas Woolf
- ISBN: 0876859139
- Category: Fiction
- Author: Sandra Braman,Douglas Woolf
- Subcategory: United States
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Black Sparrow Pr; First edition, numbered issue. edition (September 1, 1993)
- Pages: 400 pages
- FB2 size: 1898 kb
- EPUB size: 1280 kb
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Hypocritic Days & Other Tales book.
Hypocritic Days & Other Tales book. Douglas Woolf was a writer's writer: his tales of serene down-and-outers, belated frontiersmen, and cross-country spiritual seekers were much admired by fellow-artists Ed Dorn, Robert Creeley, Jonathan Williams, and Paul Mazursky. He was so gentle," wrote Creeley shortly after Woolf's death in 1992, "so particular to the ways people live together.
Douglas Woolf was a writer's writer: his tales of serene down-and-outers, belated . Hypocritic Days & Other Tales.
Douglas Woolf was a writer's writer: his tales of serene down-and-outers, belated frontiersmen, and cross-country spiritual seekers were much admired by fellow-artists Ed Dorn, Robert Creeley, Jonathan Williams, and Paul Mazursky. Sandra Braman is Professor in the Department of Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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Woolf studied at Harvard University from 1939 until 1942 During World War II he served in the American Field Service (1942–43) and the Army Air Forces (1943–45).
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Douglas Woolf, American author of gently comic fiction about people unassimilated into materialistic, technological society. The heir of a prominent professional family, Woolf studied at Harvard University (1939–42) before serving in the American Field Service (1942–43) and the Army Air Forces.
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Woolf's quiet genius is on display in each of the twenty-seven short stories in Hypocritic Days, a career-spanning collection edited by his literary executor, Sandra Braman. Take the title story, for instance: it's a kind of improvised, Laurel-and-Hardy dance between a washed-up Saratoga horse jockey and his large, slow, uncommunicative son, both characters stepping lightly, in tandem, as they negotiate the boy's awkward passage from teenager to young man. Or "Bank Day," in which Woolf tenderly depicts an impoverished young couple expecting their first child, full of hopeful, high-minded plans for the future even though they subsist on a diet of cat food and cold coffee. None of his characters ever lose hope, despite the horrors and despairs surrounding them, and not because they are fools but because, in the words of Robert Creeley, "they have the talent, and the pleasure, of making in this world a place of their own."