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Aram Saroyan
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In six essays and an afterword Aram Saroyan gives us a broadside for the new millennium. Finding in the vintage TV drama thirtysomething (1987-1991) a unique celebration of the American middle-class, a middle-class today threatened with extinction, Saroyan looks carefully at what is being lost, and goes on to a wide-ranging survey — from Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac to the Occupy Movement that recently took the country by storm — of the search for a more humane and equitable model for society. Combining ease and penetration, both heart-felt and entertaining, thlink: Essays in Community looks at America as it undergoes a crucial, historic turning point.

Publication Date07/2013 ISBN: 9780182155910 Number of Pages 68
Author Biography
Aram Saroyan is a poet, novelist, biographer, memoirist and playwright. Aram Saroyan's recent books include Complete Minimal Poems, winner of the William Carlos Williams Award from the Poetry Society of America, and The Lake Matters: Notes about Writing and Life. His website is
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  1. Ramani

    I read this one! I remember it was funny, and petrty inspiring. The only incident that sticks in my mind now is one of an uncle, and a donkey- or was it a mule? is that in this book, or another Saroyan one?

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