May 23, 2017 Mitch Albom rated it it was amazing. I mean, because I think Apple's book here is just probably more important to the general picture of lit production in the '70's than its total obscurity today would indicate (cf the McCaffery).
The author of these short stories focuses his attention on Monte Hall, nuclear physics, Howard Johnson. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Manners and customs, Humorous stories, American, Humorous stories . The oranging of America. Selling ou. Vegetable love.
Manners and customs, Humorous stories, American, Humorous stories, American, Manners and customs. New York : Bantam Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Inside Norman Mailer. The yogurt of Vasirin Kefirovsky. Understanding Alvarado. Patty-cake, patty cake.
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Growing up in a Yiddish-speaking family, Apple writes a prose that is remarkably attuned to America's cultural and linguistic With the 1976 publication of The Oranging of America, and Other Stories, Apple established himself as one of America's most affectionate, humorous, and astute critics. Like other postmodernist writers, Apple describes famous historical figures and American pop cultural heroes mingling with his fictional characters. One fee.
AUTHOR: Apple, Max. BINDING: Paperback. Acceptable - Very well read. Biographies & True Stories True Stories Paperback Books in English. North America Paperback Antiquarian & Collectable Books. Latin America Paperback Books. North America Paperback Books.
Release Date: January 1986. Publisher: FABER AND FABER.
Some books by Max Apple. The Oranging of America and Other Stories (1976). Zip: A Novel of the Left and the Right (1978). The Jew of Home Depot and Other Stories (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007). The Propheteers (1987). Roommates: My Grandfather's Story (1994). I Love Gootie: My Grandmother's Story (1998). ISBN 978-0-8018-8738-3. History of the Jews in Houston. Here at Google Books.
Max Apple (born October 22, 1941) is an American short story writer, novelist, and university professor at The University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Oranging of America and Other Stories. 1963) and P. (1970) from The University of Michigan. After teaching creative writing at Rice University in Houston, Texas for 29 years he retired briefly, only to resume teaching at The University of Pennsylvania.
Home Apple, Max The Oranging of America and Other Stories. Light wear to dust jacket, else a very nice, tight copy of author's first book. ISBN 10: 0670528013, ISBN 13: 9780670528011. Bookseller Inventory 450664. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: The Oranging of America and Other Stories. Publication Date: 1976.