Last Words

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 293 pages
  • Last Words
  • William S. Burroughs
  • English
  • 13 February 2018
  • 0006552188

About the Author: William S. Burroughs

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Last Words William Burroughs died in August 1997, after a lifetime of notoriety In his final years, he was writing only in his journals The last nine months of his diaries are here, in Last Words, and they form a complex, rarely seen, personal portrait of Burroughs at the end of his life, coming to terms with aging and death. New Download Last Words [ by ] William S. Burroughs [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Last Words

  1. Adriana Santillan Ahumada says:

    This guy loved his kittys like nothing else Nice to see a junky in the light of day Living a simple life and reflecting on a wild past Very soft and at times sad At his age you are mostly saying goodbye to people and places I thought it was very cute.

  2. Dan says:

    In the last nine months of his life, Beat novelist William S Burroughs began keeping a journal In it, he looks back at his career as a writer, comments on the books he is reading e.g Under Western Eyes, The Last Don, Invasion, The Night Manager and writes down his observations with regard to a number of subjects including art, weapons, the psychoanalytic industry and the war on drugs.Unlike many published journals by other writers, The Last Words of William S Burroughs does not appear to h In the last nine months of his life, Beat novelist William S Burroughs began keeping a journal In it, he looks back at his career as a writer, comments on the books he is reading e.g Under Western Eyes, The Last Don, Invasion, The Night Manager and writes down his observations with regard to a number o...

  3. Michael says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Yes, it is good Burroughs is my favorite writer, for better or worse, because he has so much to teach There are limits, to be sure, but I keep finding thoughts on interest in his work For example, in this book, I was surprised to learn that he detested abortion and believed in God well, I sort of knew the latter He eloquently fuses fiction, dreams, straight journaling, cut up by way of simply repeating himself, all while approaching his last words July 30, 1997 His last entry is so amaz Yes, it is good Burroughs is my favorite writer, for better or worse, because he has so much to teach There are limits, to be sure, but I keep finding thoughts on interest in his work For example, in this book, I was surprised to learn that he detested abortion and believed in God well, I sort of knew the latter He eloquently fuses fiction, dreams, straight journaling, cut up by way of simpl...

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  5. Stephanie Orban says:

    A book best read after learning all that one can learn about William S Burroughs, only to realize that even the most notorious can still offer you an unique view into the last days of his life In particular, his heartache involving Allen Ginsberg s is very touching, as well as his lov...

  6. Michelle says:

    So the creepy old misogynist did have a heart It was a privilege to read the words of a 20th century elder so close to their natural death for it to be Burroughs Digging The Greys thoughts on dissent right til the end Such tender words on the spaces left behind by one s pets after ...

  7. Derek says:

    I bought this bk in a terrible Virgin Megaplace in Times Square in 06 I was going on a long plane flight and needed a bk, and this was as good as I could find in that place It turned out to be a great purchase, by turns funny, wise, and inspiring Thanks always to old Bull Lee.

  8. Beav says:

    very enlightening for burroughs He could be so simple and normal if he wanted.

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  10. Chris says:

    His thoughts ramblings are interesting, poignant, crazy, mundane, rebellious, and he was way ahead of his time I appreciated his final entry, just 3 days before he passed, professing his immeasurable love for his cats.