Granta 74: Confessions of a Middle-aged Ecstasy Eater

Ian Jack (ed)
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A celebrated writer makes an anonymous confession and defends a habit: his son supplies him with Ecstasy. Other contributors include Nicholas Shakespeare on the evil of his ancestors, David Feuer on trying to be a shrink in a community of the Hasidim, and new fiction from A.M. Holmes and Judith Hermann.

In the latest issue of the magazine Vogue has called 'the pinnacle of literary and political writing' a distinguished writer makes an anonymous confession and defends a habit: his son supplies him with Ecstasy.

With: Nicholas Shakespeare discovers the evil of his ancestors. The psychiatrist David Feuer on trying-and failing-to be a shrink in a community of the Hasidim. Amanda Hopkinson Andrew Brown and Christopher de Bellaigue

AND: New fiction from A M Homes and Judith Hermann PLUS: a newly discovered, never before published story by Penelope Fitzgerald
Category: Literature & literary studies
ISBN: 9780903141444
Edition No: 1
Publisher: Granta
Imprint: Granta
Pub Date: August 2001
Page Extent: 256
Format: Paperback
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Literature & literary studies

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