Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen, reflections at sixty and beyond, Larry McMurtry
The work Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen, reflections at sixty and beyond, Larry McMurtry represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Charleston County Public Library.

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  • rvPWb_IQtew
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  • Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen, reflections at sixty and beyond, Larry McMurtry
Main title
  • Walter Benjamin at the Dairy Queen
Sub title
  • reflections at sixty and beyond
Responsibility statement
  • Larry McMurtry
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "Using as a springboard an essay by the German literary critic Walter Benjamin that he first read in Archer City's Dairy Queen, McMurtry examines the small-town way of life that big oil and big ranching have nearly destroyed. ... [He] writes frankly and with deep feeling about his own experiences as a writer, a parent, a heart patient, and he deftly lays bare the raw material that helped shape his life's work."--Jacket
Biography type
  • autobiography
Illustrations
  • illustrations
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Literary form
  • non fiction
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