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The Road to Los Ángeles

REVIEW ✓ The Road to Los Ángeles Sk the Dust 1939 and Dreams from Bunker Hill 1982 The manuscript was discovered among John Fante's papers after his death in Ma. Well deserved 5 stars This was Fante s first Bandini book which got to be published first in the 80s after Fante s death due to Charles Bukowski In the 30s when written it was refused by all publishers This book is Arturo Bandini at his best he is mean he is raw he is spoiled he has the mimimi syndrome he wants to conuer the world to write the perfect novel and get the nobel prize and all the womenThis Bandini reads Nietzsche und Schopenhauer speaks using all the latest neologisms hates the catholics and is a dreamerFante wrote this book at 25 and with 25 he wrote an outstanding novel Arturo is one of the great characters literature has ever seenThere are 2 Bandini novels but according to Alex Capus who translated them into german this one is the only book where Arturo is completely raw and unpolished He also swears a lotDefinitely a must Greatly translated into german by Alex Capus When You Wish papers after his death in Ma. Well deserved 5 stars This was Fante s first Bandini book which got to be Falconis Tractor published first in the 80s after Fante s death due to Charles Bukowski In the 30s when written it was refused by all Paisaje de Otoño publishers This book is Arturo Bandini at his best he is mean he is raw he is spoiled he has the mimimi syndrome he wants to conuer the world to write the Eksyneen muistikirja perfect novel and get the nobel Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn prize and all the womenThis Bandini reads Nietzsche und Schopenhauer speaks using all the latest neologisms hates the catholics and is a dreamerFante wrote this book at 25 and with 25 he wrote an outstanding novel Arturo is one of the great characters literature has ever seenThere are 2 Bandini novels but according to Alex Capus who translated them into german this one is the only book where Arturo is completely raw and unpolished He also swears a lotDefinitely a must Greatly translated into german by Alex Capus

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REVIEW ✓ The Road to Los Ángeles Y 1983 by his widow Joyce and now may be included in that short distinguished list of important first novels by American author. The white heat of a sex starved creative Italian teenager scorches every page A blinding magnesium flare an elemental torchsong to precocious youth that for all its down and dirty honesty and frustrated libido manages to retain a charm and innocence that the instant gratification of cyber space has forever appropriated Arturo is utterly adorable During each episode in his crazed wanderings through the tough dockside streets of 1930s Los Angeles I fervently wished he d been transplanted to his spiritual homeland tearing through the cobblestoned communities of Southern Italy But it wasn t to be Cooped up in a coldwater flat with his mother and sister struggling to survive the most Italian of all out of control Italian youths who needed the support tolerance and patience of a large doting Mediterranean community to flourishArturo is a one man Manhattan Project He ll exhaust you but you ll never forget him

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REVIEW ✓ The Road to Los Ángeles From the Editorial NoteThis novel introduces Fante's alter ego Arturo Bandini who reappears in Wait Until Spring Bandini 1938 A. There are the roads we choose and there are the roads we walk and there are the walks of lifeOh Spengler What a book What weight Like the Los Angeles Telephone Directory Day after day I read it never understanding it never caring either but reading it because I liked one growling word after another marching across pages with somber mysterious rumblingsRiotously ambitious wildly egotistic possessed with the severe angst of youth ridden with delirious fantasies obsessed with the maniacal desire to become a writer Arturo Bandini turns his life into a bitter burlesue But however erratically he continues to move to his purpose The Road to Los Angeles is violently grotesue but John Fante is utterly honest in telling his story and honesty is a rather rare merchandise in the modern literature

  • Paperback
  • 167
  • The Road to Los Ángeles
  • John Fante
  • English
  • 27 June 2019
  • 9780876856499