--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Don Lee <donthepoet@...> wrote:
> Please everybody talk about David Goodis for awhile!
OK, what's with David Goodis? What was he about? Most importantly, was
he really goodie?
I have been most impressed with Cassidy's Girl. Why such a book has
not become a classic that is read in schools is beyond me. In his
telling and perspectives, Goodis is a quintessentially American
writer. I would certainly include it in a curriculum, alongside
Steinbeck, Faulkner and Dos Passos, for example.
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