Trout Fishing in America, The Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster, and In Watermelon Sugar
by Richard Brautigan Author
Three novels by Richard Brautigan, master of trippy, unstructured narratives and humorously pointed satire. Trout Fishing in America is his most famous book, vaguely following the fishing adventures of a person whose name is, improbably, the same as the title of the book. In Watermelon Sugar is about life on a hippie commune called iDEATH, where surreal events are a part of daily life, long after an apocalyptic event. The Pill is a collection of poetry.
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