e-Book The Farm epub download

e-Book The Farm epub download

Author: Jr. Cooper Clarence
ISBN: 0862416000
Pages: 240 pages
Publisher: Payback Pr (June 1, 1996)
Language: English
Category: Action & Adventure
Size ePUB: 1264 kb
Size Fb2: 1708 kb
Size DJVU: 1953 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 437
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Subcategory: Literature

e-Book The Farm epub download

by Jr. Cooper Clarence



Clarence L. Cooper Jr. (1934 – 1978) was an American author. Clarence Cooper Jr. wrote seven crime novels that describe life in Black America, in the underworld of drugs and violence and in jail (The Farm).

Clarence L. He was said to have started taking heroin at this time. His first book, The Scene, was a success with the critics.

Born in Detroit in 1934, Clarence Copper, J. wrote The Scene while incarcerated and addicted and published it in 1960. Five novels followed in his trouble life, including Weed (1963) and The Farm (1968). He died penniless and alone in New York City in 1978.

Clarence Cooper Jr. wrote seven crime novels, which describe life in Black America, in the underworld of drugs and violence and in jail (The Farm). His first book, The Scene was a success with the critics. It had been published by serious Random House, but his other three books Clarence Cooper Jr. His first book, The Scene, was a success with the critics

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You'll never know what love is until you know what love is not. God is Love!!! Hit me up and I'll tell you. It's too much to type. Do unto others what you would have them do unto you. - The Golden Rule.

Farm (Old School Books).

The Farm is a Dante-esque tour of the levels of hell to be found in a federal drug rehabilitation center and a powerful story of love growing in the most unnatural conditions

The Farm is a Dante-esque tour of the levels of hell to be found in a federal drug rehabilitation center and a powerful story of love growing in the most unnatural conditions. It is a stylistic tour de force and one of the most honest and unrelenting novels dealing with drug addiction ever written.

Clarence Cooper J. ignored and reviled in his own lifetime, is gradually being recognised as the great American . The book culminates with the appearance at the Farm of a new inmate, a man John holds responsible for the untimely death of his first love, Joyce. ignored and reviled in his own lifetime, is gradually being recognised as the great American novelist he wa. Ultimately with The Farm, Cooper wrote an institutional novel as ambitious and complex as One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. Unfortunately, critical response was muted at best.

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Clarence Cooper Jr wrote seven novels, which described life in Black America. His books are detective mysteries, in an underworld of drugs and violence. Cooper became alienated from those around him, potentially driven by the hostile response to his fiction. He died penniless, strung out and alone in the 23rd street YMCA New York City in 1978.

John, the hero of 'The Farm', is serving out time in a federal drug rehabilitation centre. He knows how to work the system - what can't fathom is what's going on in his head.
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The farm of the title is the now-closed Narcotic Farm, a hospital/prison for addicts near Lexington, Kentucky (see my review of the book of that name). The author did time there but "The Farm" isn't an addiction memoir or a prison memoir, it's a novel in which every event, and every insight, rings true. It's funny: the author is a terrific mimic. And it's a tragedy: Cooper, who understood himself so well, could not in the end escape.
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Clarence Cooper went to the first federal drug treatment facility, the Narcotics Farm in Lexington KY. Legendary place and this is a riveting account. He pulls no punches. His style of writing takes some getting used to but for first person inmate accounts this is the real deal. Raw and taut.