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Description - Door to the River by Aram Saroyan

"I grew up the son of a famous writer, grew up in his shadow in a general sense, except for two fortuitous graces . . . the first, that astrologically speaking I had many planets in Leo and so I was absurdly full of confidence, when I wasn't struck numb with my own incapacities. And the other, and perhaps the decisive factor, was that I had the honor of being a member of the generation that came of age in the sixties." So begins Aram Saroyan's essay, "Occupation: Writer," about his vocation, the sixties generation, and the fundamental task of coming to understand himself not as the son of William Saroyan but as his own person. Saroyan found his calling as a writer early on, starting out as a poet, and going on to write op-ed pieces, reviews, novels, biographies, memoirs, screenplays, and plays. In this essay and others included here, he explores the difficult task of finding one's way as a writer.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781567923964
ISBN-10: 1567923968
Format: Paperback
(226mm x 150mm x 15mm)
Imprint: Black Sparrow Press
Publisher: Black Sparrow Press
Publish Date: 1-Mar-2010
Country of Publication: United States

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