Indeed a brick and a good, entertaining, and insightful one. It is the second of his "F&L Letters". Better to start with "Proud Highway" if you are into the chronological order of things. Starts early and ends where "F&L in America" begins. A third installment of letters was supposed to be released this spring but for unknown (anyone?) reasons was pushed back an entire year. The horror, the horror.I've got a brick of a book with Hunter's letters. It's called Fear and Loathing in America. I have'nt read it yet. Has anyone here read it? If so, I would like to hear your opinion of it...
"F&L in America" has incredible letters that are from the meat of HST's prolific writing period and political involvement. Fascinating and hysterical. He writes to people that you wouldn't imagine correspondence being possible. Beautiful and wonderfully edited.
Enjoy the brick.
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