The Man with the Golden Arm

The Man with the Golden Arm

Nelson Algren


a singular of infrequent genius, the guy with the Golden Arm describes the dissolution of a card-dealing WWII veteran named Frankie laptop, stuck within the act of slowly slicing his personal center into wafer-thin slices. For Frankie, a homicide dedicated could be the least of his problems.
The literary critic Malcolm Cowley referred to as the guy with the Golden Arm "Algren's protection of the individual," whereas Carl Sandburg wrote of its "strange hour of darkness dignity." A literary travel de strength, here's a novel not like the other, one within which drug dependancy, poverty, and human failure someway recommend a security of human dignity and a explanation for wish.

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