The Job is William S. Burroughs at work, attacking our traditional values, condemning what he calls “the American nightmare,” and expressing his often barbed views on Scientology, the police, orgone therapy, history, women, writing, poitics, sex, drugs, and death. His conversation splices images of death-by-hanging with elevators and airports, the story of his drug addiction and cure with ideas on the use of hieroglyphs.
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About William S. Burroughs
William S. Burroughs (1914-1997)—guru of the Beat Generation, controversial éminence grise of the international avant-garde, dark prophet, and blackest of black humor satirists—had a range of influence rivaled by few post-World War II writers. His many books include Naked Lunch, Queer,… More about William S. Burroughs
Published by Penguin Books Mar 04, 1989| 224 Pages| 5-1/16 x 7-3/4| ISBN 9780140118827