Kelly Boler

Kelly Boler takes a light look at a dark subject: the fascinating and surprisingly persistent role of alcohol in the literary life. Focusing on twenty of the most famous and infamous writers of the twentieth century, Boler shows how alcohol weaved its way through these writers sense of self, region, and family. This is a captivating anthology chronicling the rich relationship between addiction and creativity. Features chapters on F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tennessee Williams, Jack London, Anne Sexton, Jean Rhys, John Cheever, Marguerite Duras, Kingsley Amis, and more. Photos. 318 pagesThere are no customer reviews for this product. However, you can be the first person to add a review for this product.