|Format:||Print Book 1991|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
Stunning and brutally powerful, Falconer tells the story of a man named Farragut, his crime and punishment, and his struggle to remain a man in a universe bent on beating him back into childhood. Only John Cheever could deliver these grand themes with the irony, unforced eloquence, and exhilarating humor that make Falconer such a triumphant work of the moral imagination.
College teachers -- Fiction.
Murderers -- Fiction.
Prisoners -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York :Vintage Books,1991
|Edition||1st Vintage International ed.|
211 pages ; 21 cm
|ISBN||0679737863 (pbk.) :