I ve read this twice now It s a quick read, and interesting I can t say it held any revelations that changed my life for better or worse, but it was a fun book to read I will probably pick it up again to see what I missed the first two times. Like So Many Of Woolf S Odysseys Into The Heart Of America S Subcultures, Wall To Wall Traces A Modern Ulysses In Reverse From A West Coast Asylum Where He Works As An Attendant To A Boston Asylum Where He Visits His Mother, Claude Squires Views Roadside America From Its Weak Side The Tough Underbelly Of The Southwest, Tucson, The Rio Grande, Nogales, The Border Before Thrusting Himself Into Okie S Sacred Shrine, Oklahoma City, And Into The Staid Eastern Corridor That Ends In Boston Claude S Vehicle Is A Thunderhead, A Female Beast, Which His Father, A Used Car Dealer In LA Has Commissioned Him To Deliver To Oklahoma City And Like All Of Woolf S Cars, The Thunderhead Is A She, A Domineering Companion In Claude S Cross Country Picaresque Flight Of Passage In Wall To Wall Woolf S View Is Evocative And Is Very Much His Own First Published By Grove Press In , Wall To Wall Has Been An Underground Classic For Over Thirty Five Years, A Comic And Satiric Masterpiece
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- 190 pages
- Wall to Wall
- Douglas Woolf
- 06 March 2017 Douglas Woolf