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America Eats (Iowa Szathmary Culinary Arts)
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b This th anniversary edition has been newly annotated by David Schmittgens and Bill Savage with explanations for everything from Chicago history to slang to what the Black Sox scandal was and why it mattered b br br i In this slender classic Algren tells us all we need to know about passion heaven hell And a city i From the introduction by b Studs Terkel b br br b Nelson Algren b won the National Book Award in for i The Man with the Golden Arm i His other works include i Walk on the Wild Side i and i Conversations with Nelson Algren i the last available from the University of Chicago Press br br b David Schmittgens b teaches English at New Trier High School in Northfield Illinois br br b Bill Savage b is a senior lecturer at Northwestern University and coeditor of the th Anniversary Critical Edition of i The Man with the Golden Arm i br br Cover photograph Robert McCullogh, With its depiction of the downtrodden prostitutes bootleggers and hustlers of Perdido Street in the old French Quarter of s New Orleans i A Walk on the Wild Side i found a place in the imagination of all the generations that have followed since As Algren admitted it i wasn t written until long after it had been walked I found my way to the streets on the other side of the Southern Pacific station where the big jukes were singing something called Walking the Wild Side of Life I ve stayed pretty much on that side of the curb ever since i br br Perhaps his own words describe the book best i The book asks why lost people sometimes develop into greater human beings than those who have never been lost in their whole lives Why men who have suffered at the hands of other men are the natural believers in humanity while those whose part has been simply to acquire to take all and give nothing are the most contemptuous of mankind br br Cover Photograph Jason Fulford i, No description available, i Algren s short stories are now generally acknowledged to be literary triumphs i The New York Times br br i Nelson s stories are part of our lasting literature They don t fade away i Studs Terkel from the Afterword br br i Once more I have been impressed by Algren s talent his probity and his command of a tough language that he transforms into a raw and bleeding poetry i Malcolm Cowley in The Nation br br i Since the publication on b The Neon Wilderness b Nelson Algren has been acknowledged as a master of that American Realism touched with poetry which attempts to give voice to the insulted and injured He is a philosopher of deprivation a moral force of considerable dimensions and a wonderful user of the language i Donald Barthelme br br i Mr Algren boy you are good one of the two best authors in America i Ernest Hemingway