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Introduction McGuane, an American novelist, is mainly concerned with drastic and negative changes in America, which he calls "a declining snivelization." (See also CLC, Vols. 3, 7, and C... Read more
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Introduction McGuane, an American novelist, is mainly concerned with drastic and negative changes in America, which he calls "a declining snivelization." (See also CLC, Vols. 3, 7, and C... Read more
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Introduction McGuane, an American novelist, is mainly concerned with drastic and negative changes in America, which he calls "a declining snivelization." (See also CLC, Vols. 3, 7, and C... Read more
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Introduction McGuane, an American novelist, is mainly concerned with drastic and negative changes in America, which he calls "a declining snivelization." (See also CLC, Vols. 3, 7, and C... Read more
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Introduction McGuane, an American novelist, is mainly concerned with drastic and negative changes in America, which he calls "a declining snivelization." (See also CLC, Vols. 3, 7, and C... Read more
7,994 words, approx. 27 pages
Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
695 words, approx. 3 pages
Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
3,471 words, approx. 12 pages
Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more
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Introduction McGuane is known as a novelist of manners who uses satire to criticize the emptiness and meaninglessness of America's "declining snivelization." He is considered a re... Read more