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by James K. Omiya,Jorge A. Gutierrez
Author: James K. Omiya,Jorge A. Gutierrez
Publisher: Sunstone Press; 1st edition (September 1, 2016)
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Falconer is a 1977 novel by American short story writer and novelist John Cheever. It tells the story of Ezekiel Farragut, a university professor and drug addict who is serving time in Falconer State Prison for the murder of his brother
Falconer is a 1977 novel by American short story writer and novelist John Cheever. It tells the story of Ezekiel Farragut, a university professor and drug addict who is serving time in Falconer State Prison for the murder of his brother. Farragut struggles to retain his humanity in the prison environment, and begins an affair with a fellow prisoner
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Falconer is the novel George Costanza reads in the 1992 Seinfeld episode "The Cheever Letters". Bound books - a set on Flickr. Lacayo, Richard (January 7, 2010). All-TIME 100 Novels: Falconer". Retrieved December 9, 2016.
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Russian-born Vladimir Nabokov and the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges were strong influences on this new metafiction.
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