Re: RARA-AVIS: recent reads (and a weird review)

From: Gonzalo Baeza (
Date: 30 Jul 2009

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    He also wrote a Western, The Ballad of Dingus Magee, which was later made into a movie starring Frank Sinatra.

    --- In, "Jeff Vorzimmer" <jvorzimmer@...> wrote:
    > > i'm 50 pages into 'epitaph for a tramp' by david markson and diggin it. it's a paperback with both 'tramp' and the followup
    > > 'dead beat', which i was very happy to find in my library. i'd heard of markson, tho not read him, for his later 'experimental'
    > > fiction. wasn't sure what to expect from these, but so far, so good. i read there's a third one with the p.i. harry fallin.
    > > anyone familiar?
    > Markson only wrote two Harry Fannin books. He did write a third crime book called Miss Doll, Go Home, but Harry Fannin is not a character in it.
    > Jeff

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