The People One Knows: Toronto Stories

  • Title: The People One Knows: Toronto Stories
  • Author: Daniel Jones
  • ISBN: 9781551280110
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • The People One Knows Toronto Stories Jones characters are romantic tough sensitive and sometimes crazy struggling writers artists and musicians painted against a background of cafes apartments and night clubs in Toronto s urban cor
    Jones characters are romantic, tough, sensitive and sometimes crazy struggling writers, artists, and musicians, painted against a background of cafes, apartments and night clubs in Toronto s urban core They wear Doc Martens boots, berets, and black leather jackets, the legitimate 80s and 90s heirs of Kerouac s Beats The People One Knows is, at the same time, a pubJones characters are romantic, tough, sensitive and sometimes crazy struggling writers, artists, and musicians, painted against a background of cafes, apartments and night clubs in Toronto s urban core They wear Doc Martens boots, berets, and black leather jackets, the legitimate 80s and 90s heirs of Kerouac s Beats The People One Knows is, at the same time, a public and an intimate book, written with honesty about male sexuality, with irony and a commitment to a city that has rarely been brought to life in fiction A lurid, beguiling Toronto sings and sighs in these linked stories that form a novel like evocation of the late 1980s.

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      Published :2019-09-03T22:45:37+00:00

    About Daniel Jones


    1. Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Daniel Cameron Jones was a Canadian punker, writer, editor and publisher He committed suicide.


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    1. "The GALAXY was the last of the all-night doughnut shops There was a smell of stale piss in the walls and seats. Bent over along the counter, men hacked on hand-rolled cigarettes, their faces creased from years with nothing to do and nowhere to go. A faded piece of paper announced that the pay phone was OUT TO ODER."This is the Toronto which is described in The People One Knows: the all-night places, the dives, the cheap, one-room apartments anywhere one can dull the senses with drugs, alcohol, [...]

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