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By Andy Warhol

Conceptually specified, hilarious and scary, often called “pornography” within the manhattan instances booklet Review’s unique overview and as a “work of genius” in Newsweek’s, a: a unique is the ideal literary manifestation of Andy Warhol’s sensibility.

In the past due sixties Warhol got down to flip a alternate e-book right into a piece of dad paintings, and the outcome was once this incredible account of the famously influential team of artists, superstars, addicts and freaks who made up the manufacturing unit milieu. produced from audiotapes recorded in and round the manufacturing facility, a: a singular starts with the wonderful Ondine popping a number of amphetamines after which follows its characters as they communicate with encouraged, speed-driven wit and reduce swaths during the golf equipment, espresso retailers, hospitals, and whorehouses of 1960’s new york.


"A new type of pop artifact" -- Library magazine

"Hellish hymns from Amphetamine Heaven, the vox populi of the Velvet Underground ... those individuals are witty and they're grand, they do poor issues and make lousy comments. Ondine is an East Village prima donna, a hoarder of gossip and finery and orgies and medicine. he's filthy, yet he's humorous ... The characters signify the weird new category, untermenschen prefigurations of the technological millenium"
-- Robert Mazzocco long island evaluation of Books "

A paintings of genius" -- Newsweek

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Good, so she was living in this other house? Yes, strange, isn’t it? The defendant seemed totally absorbed in his memories. It was obvious that he had forgotten that he stood before a judge. He started when the Prose­ cutor addressed him again. “We are interested only in how you came to marry your wife. You will omit everything else,” he warned. ” the defendant asked. “Just precisely what I just asked. ” The Prosecutor was losing his patience. ” said the Prosecutor in triumph. “And in case you don’t believe me, I can show it to you in writing.

In other words, as long as she could believe in it. ” “Thank you. ” Again the Defense would have liked to object to the biased methods of the Prosecution. But the de­ fendant himself waved this aside. He said that al­ though one had to be there when the call came, nothing could be more wrong-headed than calling oneself. That would mean acknowledging the other’s *9 insecurity far too conspicuously, and only increase the others lack of independence. The doctor never tells a patient that his disease is incurable; he’s al­ ways given a chance.

It was Sunday morning. ” “Be that as it may . ” “No, there is no ‘be that as it may’ here, Mr. Attor­ ney! You must realize that I had never expected to see any of this ever again. For many years I had firmly believed that they were all dead, her parents, 53 and my wife too, and if I dare mention this without receiving a reprimand from the Court, I had long considered myself dead as well. I beg the Court's pardon: this must sound very strange, when for me it was only too normal. I was living in a big red build­ ing with innumerable dark corridors and stairs and doors.

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