Tom Robbins | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Gary Blonston

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Tom Robbins.
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Critical Essay by Gary Blonston

When Tom Robbins published "Another Roadside Attraction" in 1971 and then topped it with "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues" in 1976, it appeared a new madman-genius of fiction had been loosed from the American counterculture. But the counterculture grew up, and in 1981, when he put out the humdrum and commercial "Still Life with Woodpecker," he sold some books, but phrases like "sold-out" and "burned-out" kept coming to mind.

Well, not true. The old Tom Robbins is back, and with his newest novel, "Jitterbug Perfume," he proves he is fully as crazy as ever, as full of astonishing word play, unimaginable characters and swooshing flights of observation. "Jitterbug" is as funny and weird and wise and wide-ranging and bizarre as even the most jaded ex-Robbins fan could ask.

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