Citations with the tag: BRAUTIGAN, Richard

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  • Introduction to "Escape".
    Brautigan, Ianthe // Chiron Review; Fall2015, Issue 101, p37 

    In this article, the author presents an introduction to the short story "Escape" by his father Richard Brautigan.

  • The San Francisco Weather Report.
    Brautigan, Richard // Paris Review; Winter68, Issue 45, p140 

    Presents the poem "The San Franciso Weather Report," by Richard Brautigan. First Line: Gee, You're so Beautiful That It's Starting to Rain; Last Line: A+!

  • Escape.
    Brautigan, Richard // Chiron Review; Fall2015, Issue 101, p38 

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    Brautigan, Richard // New Yorker; 12/3/84, Vol. 60 Issue 33, p39 

    Comments on various issues in the U.S. Memory of writer Richard Brautigan; Discovery of bald eagles by the banks of McDonald Creek, near the village of Apgar in Glacier National Park; Preview of the comedy "Accidental Death of an Anarchist," written by Dario Fo and adapted by Richard Nelson at...

  • Easy Writer.
    Sheppard, R.Z. // Time; Nov1971, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p126 

    The article reviews the book "Revenge of the Lawn," by Richard Brautigan.

  • And They Died Happily Ever After: The Dystopian Constructions of Language and Death in Richard Brautigan's Novel In Watermelon Sugar.
    Teodorescu, Adriana // Caietele Echinox; Dec2013, Vol. 25, p174 

    The novel by the American writer Richard Brautigan, In Watermelon Sugar, published in 1968, has a rich history of criticism behind it, one that fails, however, to agree on the membership of the novel to the utopian family or, on the contrary, to the dystopian one; and, consequently, one that...

    Teodorescu, Adriana // New Yorker; 11/21/1977, Vol. 53 Issue 40, p230 

    The article reviews the book "Dreaming of Babylon," by Richard Brautigan.

    Iftekharuddin, Farhat M. // Research Guide to Biography & Criticism; 1991, Vol. 5, p97 

    This article presents a research guide to the life and works of author Richard Brautigan. Born Richard Brautigan on January 30, 1935, in Tacoma, Washington, to Bernard and Lulu Brautigan; has a turbulent, nomadic childhood; abandoned at the age of nine with his four year old sister in a hotel...

  • The Abortion.
    HUGHES, CATHARINE // America; 6/12/1971, Vol. 124 Issue 23, p616 

    The article reviews the book "The Abortion," by Richard Brautigan.

  • Favorite First Lines First Lines in the Yahtzee Era.
    Sloan, Frank // First Line; Summer2013, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p48 

    The article presents the author's favorite first lines from several fictions written by Richard Brautigan. In the story "Revenge of the Lawn," the author believes that the first line lures readers into the story. Meanwhile, the first line for "The Betrayed Kingdom" is regarded by the author as a...

  • Cookie Baking in America.
    Sloan, Frank // Time; 4/5/1971, Vol. 97 Issue 14, p109 

    The article reviews the book "The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966," by Richard Brautigan.

  • Jonathan Yardley: Still Loving.
    Sloan, Frank // New Republic; 3/20/71, Vol. 164 Issue 12, p24 

    Reviews the book "The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966," by Richard Brautigan.

  • Sombrero Fallout (Book Review).
    Daum, Timothy // Library Journal; 10/1/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 17, p2084 

    Reviews the book 'Sombrero Fallout: A Japanese Novel,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • The Brautigan Bibliography: Bibliographic Information Focusing on the Works of Richard Brautigan (Book).
    Barton, Jeffrey P. // Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America; Sep2003, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p379 

    The article discusses the literary work "The Beautician Bibliography: Bibliographic Information Focusing on the Works of Richard Beautician," by John F. Barber, which is an online bibliographic resource. The publication was meant to address deficiencies in existing bibliographies of Richard...

  • The Tokyo-Montana Express (Book Review).
    Clark, Jeff // Library Journal; 11/15/1980, Vol. 105 Issue 20, p2430 

    Reviews the book 'The Tokyo-Montana Express,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork (Book).
    Daum, Timothy // Library Journal; 9/1/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 15, p1780 

    Reviews the book 'Loading Mercury With a Pitchfork,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • Trout Fishing in America.
    Gehres, Eleanor M. // Best American Novels of the Twentieth Century: Still Readable To; 2001, p69 

    The article reviews the book "Trout Fishing in America," by Richard Brautigan.

  • Dreaming of Babylon (Book).
    Petticoffer, Dennis // Library Journal; 8/1/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 14, p1674 

    Reviews the book 'Dreaming of Babylon: A Private Eye Novel of 1942,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away (Book).
    Ives, George L. // Library Journal; 8/1/1982, Vol. 107 Issue 14, p1478 

    Reviews the book 'So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • School Board Socked with ACLU Suit In Brautigan Book-Banning Incident.
    Ives, George L. // School Library Journal; Dec78, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p8 

    Reports on American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filing of a lawsuit against Anderson Union High School in Northern California for banning five books written by Richard Brautigan. Support of two Anderson teachers, three students and Brautigan's publisher, Seymour Lawrence Inc. to the ACLU suit;...

  • June 30th, June 30th (Book Review).
    Petticoffer, Dennis // Library Journal; 2/15/1978, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p465 

    Reviews the book 'June 30th, June 30th,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • Richard Brautigan.
    Petticoffer, Dennis // Academy of American Poets -- Biographies of American Poets; 2008, p1 

    A biography of American poet Richard Brautigan is presented. He was born in 1935 in Tacoma, Washington and left home in the mid-1950s for San Francisco, where he became involved in the Beat scene. It was not until the publication of "Trout Fishing in America," which many consider his best novel,...

  • Willard and His Bowling Trophies (Book Review).
    Bedell, Thomas D. // LJ: Library Journal; 10/1/1975, Vol. 100 Issue 17, p1844 

    Reviews the book 'Willard and His Bowling Trophies: A Perverse Mystery,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • Tarpon.
    Ryan, Jack // Aethlon; Spring/Summer2009, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p210 

    Reviews the film "Tarpon," directed by Guy de la Valdéne and Christian Odasso, starring Thomas McGuane, Jim Harrison and Richard Brautigan.

  • "Perhaps the Words Remember Me": Richard Brautigan's Very Short Stories.
    Gair, Christopher // Western American Literature; Spring2012, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p5 

    This essay situates Richard Brautigan within a literary genealogy reaching back to the eighteenth century. It views him as an exponent of a particular type of American writing- working in and against the traditions of Franklin, Thoreau, Hemingway, Jack London, and Ezra Pound-and as an artist...

  • So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away.
    Gair, Christopher // New Yorker; 9/13/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 30, p172 

    The article reviews the book "So the Wind Won't Blow It all Away," by Richard Brautigan.

    Blakely, Carolyn F. // CLA Journal; Dec1991, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p150 

    Examines the narrative technique used in the novel "Watermelon Sugar," by Richard Brautigan. Presentation of images of pastoral tradition where the characters engaged in happy labor in the novel; Time structure of the novel suggests that it has a fragmented time scheme and does not adhere to a...

  • So The Wind Won't Blow It All Away (Book).
    Strell, Lois A. // School Library Journal; Nov82, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p105 

    Reviews the book 'So the Wind Won't Blow It All Away,' by Richard Brautigan.

  • A Confederate General from Big Sur; Dreaming of Babylon; The Hawkline Monster (Book).
    Rogers, Michael // Library Journal; 3/15/1991, Vol. 116 Issue 5, p120 

    Reviews three books by Richard Brautigan. "A Confederate General From Big Sur"; "Dreaming of Babylon"; "The Hawkline Monster."

  • Poetry: Combatting Society With Surrealism.
    Rogers, Michael // Time; 1/24/1969, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p100 

    The article reviews several books including "The Pill Versus the Springhill Mine," by Richard Brautigan, "The Body," by Michael Benedict, and "Breaking Camp," by Marge Piercy.

  • Anthony Huberman.
    Chang, Chris // Art in America; Nov2014, Vol. 102 Issue 10, p37 

    In this article, the museum professional Anthony Huberman, director of the CCA (California College of the Arts) Wattis Institute in San Francisco, California, offers insights on five topics related to art. Topics examined include the work of the contemporary artist Joan Jonas, the book "Trout...

  • In Brief.
    Chang, Chris // New Republic; 1/22/72, Vol. 166 Issue 4, p28 

    Reviews various books. "The Beat Generation," by Bruce Cook; "The Kid," by John Seelye; "Revenge of the Lawn: Stories 1962-1970," by Richard Brautigan.

    Chang, Chris // New Yorker; 11/10/1975, Vol. 51 Issue 38, p189 

    The article reviews the books "Willard and His Bowling Trophies: A Perverse Mystery," by Richard Brautigan and "My Mercedes Is Bigger Than Yours," by Nkem Nwankwo.

  • Chapter Twelve: The Jumping Man.
    Mims, Kevin // Vocabula Review; Feb2007, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1 

    The article reviews several books on jump rope rhymes including "Anna Banana: 101 Jump-Rope Rhymes," by Joanna Cole, "Revenge of the Lawn," by Richard Brautigan and "Robert Louis Stevenson: The Complete Short Stories," edited by Ian Bell.

  • Ten Poems to Get You Through Science Class This Year.
    Glenn, Karen // Poetry Foundation Articles for Students; 2012, p1 

    The article offers poetry criticism on several poems related to science. It says that the poem "Winter Trees," by William Carlos Williams centers on deciduous trees and contains a hint for scientific answer. It mentions that the poem "Poker Star," by Richard Brautigan depicts the author's own...

  • Robin W. Winks on Mysteries.
    Winks, Robin W. // New Republic; 11/26/77, Vol. 177 Issue 22, p34 

    Reviews several books. "Not Sleeping: Just Dead," by Charles Alverson; "Death of an Expert Witness," by P.D. James; "The Man Without a Name," by Martin Russell; "The Gone Man," by Charles Quinn; "Dreaming of Babylon," by Richard Brautigan.

  • Books Considered.
    Aaron, Daniel; Davis, L. J.; Lee, Susan Previant; Bigart, Homer // New Republic; 9/20/75, Vol. 173 Issue 12, p28 

    Reviews the books "Humboldt's Gift," by Saul Bellow "Willard and His Bowling Trophies: A Perverse Mystery," by Richard Brautigan, "A True History of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln and of 1865," by Louis J. Weichmann and "The First Casualty," by Phillip Knightley.

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