Joan Didion: the 1980s & 90s / Joan Didion, Daivd L. Ulin.
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|Pottsville Free Public Library||LOA 818.5409 D562 (Text)||30003009054071||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Donated by Edward J. Donahue III in memory of LaVerne Scheibelhut Donahue|
- ISBN: 9781598536836
- Physical Description: pages cm
- Edition: First.
- Publisher: New York : Library of America, 2021.
"Here are the remarkable essay collections with which Didion followed her celebrated Slouching Towards Bethlehem and The White Album: Salvador, a searing look at terror and Cold War politics in the Central American civil war of the early 1980s; Miami, a portrait not just of a city but of immigration, exile, the cocaine trade, and political violence; and After Henry, in which she reports on Patty Hearst, Nancy Reagan, the case of the Central Park Five, and the Los Angeles she once called home. Also included are her novels Democracy and The Last Thing He Wanted: fast-paced, deftly observed narratives of power, conspiracy, and corruption in American political life"-- Provided by publisher.
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