e-Book Neons epub download

e-Book Neons epub download

Author: Denis Belloc
ISBN: 0879238585
Pages: 114 pages
Publisher: David R Godine; 1st edition (October 1, 1991)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
Size ePUB: 1191 kb
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e-Book Neons epub download

by Denis Belloc



There's much brilliance in Neons.

There's much brilliance in Neons. Belloc's story of homosexual underlife in Paris may be ages old, but he has sculpted it into a sequence of amazing musical fragments whose cacophonous honesty is perfectly matched to a prose both offhanded and capable of unnerving emotional feats. This explosive and magnificent book speaks the truth, always.

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French writer Belloc's first novela slender evocation of a young homosexual hustler's life in 1960's Parisis . Finally, there's a stint in prison. By age 20, Denis has turned into a hardened ex-con, a self-described & of trash.

French writer Belloc's first novela slender evocation of a young homosexual hustler's life in 1960's Parisis minimalism to a fault: the stark tone here tends to keep the promiscuous episodes of sex and sexual violence from becoming too graphic. Narrator & (& live in enormous loneliness'') is a neglected and abused child.

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Sempe (David Godine, 2001) The Last Giants, by Francois Place (David Godine, 1993) Savage Nights, by Cyril Collard (Quartet Books/Overlook Press, 1993) Slow Death in Paris, by Denis Belloc (Quartet Books, 1992) Neons, by Denis Belloc (David Godine/Quartet Books, 1991) The Carnivorous Lamb, by Agustin Gomez-Arcos (David Godine 1984, Arsenal 2008). Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central.

The Bad Child's Book of Beasts is an 1896 children's book written by Hilaire Belloc. Illustrated by Basil Temple Blackwood, the superficially naive verses give tongue-in-cheek advice to children. In the book, the animals tend to be sage-like, and the humans dull and self-satisfied. Within the first three months of its publication, The Bad Child's Book of Beasts sold 4,000 copies.

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In this brilliant tale of violent sexuality, set forth in stark, hypnotic prose, Denis Belloc presents a straightforward narrative of the homosexual underworld in 1960s Paris. As a young child, Denis (autobiographical parallels are intentional) witnesses his father's death in a sideshow boxing match and is left with nothing but faded photographs. Numbed by his mother's neglect and her new husband's abusive treatment, he turns to Paris's teeming street life and to the sordid corners of the city's "tearooms" (public restrooms). He is absorbed quickly into a world of physical and emotional prostitution, and finds temporary stability only with a few lovers and friends. Belloc's detached style is devoid of self-pity, and creates a savage, involving tension. Blasphemous, unrelenting, uninhibited, this novel will leave no one indifferent.