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October 15, 2007


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Frederick Barthelme's "War & War" was his second book. His first, "Rangoon," was published by the short-lived Winter House imprint in 1970. It consists of short pieces - hard to even call them fiction - not unlike "War & War" but maybe less random than that book. It also includes dozens of charming illustrations by Mayo Thompson, including a hole-by-hole depiction of a golf course. It appeared in both hardcover and trade paperback and probably can be found via abebooks.com

Lawrence, thanks for the heads up! I've heard of the book but didn't realize it was from the same era.

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