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Acclaimed writer Jeffrey Lewis is known for his deft portrayals of relatable figures from all walks of life. In The Meritocracy Quartet, his four interlinking novels-Meritocracy: A Love Story, The Conference of the Birds, Theme Song for an Old Show, and Adam the King-have been brought together for the first time into a single volume. Set against the backdrop of the changing American landscape over four decades, The Meritocracy Quartet is a testament to the country`s evolving personality.The quartet follows Louie, a Yale graduate from a modest background with a gift for forging connections in high and low places. Beginning in the 1960s, as he documents a going-away party for a fellow Yalie on his way to Vietnam, and continuing through his spiritual encounters with a 1970s group of city misfits, his turn to television writing in the 1980s, and a tragic love story between two of his close friends in the 1990s, Louie chronicles not only his own personal struggles-his silent love for his best friend`s girl, his delicate relationship with an at-times absent father-but also the attitudes, events, and people that marked his generation. From the Vietnam War to George W. Bush, from television trends to the divide between the haves and have-nots, The Meritocracy Quartet is a moving witness to everything America had to offer in the latter portion of the twentieth century. Meritocracy Quartet: Acclaimed writer Jeffrey Lewis is known for his deft portrayals of relatable figures from all walks of life. In The Meritocracy Quartet, his four interlinking novels-Meritocracy: A Love Story, The Conference of the Birds, Theme Song for an Old Show, and Adam the King-have been brought together for the first time into a single volume. Set against the backdrop of the changing American landscape over four decades, The Meritocracy Quartet is a testament to the country`s evolving personality.The quartet follows Louie, a Yale graduate from a modest background with a gift for forging connections in high and low places. Beginning in the 1960s, as he documents a going-away party for a fellow Yalie on his way to Vietnam, and continuing through his spiritual encounters with a 1970s group of city misfits, his turn to television writing in the 1980s, and a tragic love story between two of his close friends in the 1990s, Louie chronicles not only his own personal struggles-his silent love for his best friend`s girl, his delicate relationship with an at-times absent father-but also the attitudes, events, and people that marked his generation. From the Vietnam War to George W. Bush, from television trends to the divide between the haves and have-nots, The Meritocracy Quartet is a moving witness to everything America had to offer in the latter portion of the twentieth century., Haus Publishing

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Acclaimed writer Jeffrey Lewis is known for his deft portrayals of relatable figures from all walks of life. In The Meritocracy Quartet, his four interlinking novels-Meritocracy: A Love Story, The Conference of the Birds, Theme Song for an Old Show, and Adam the King-have been brought together for the first time into a single volume. Set against the backdrop of the changing American landscape over four decades, The Meritocracy Quartet is a testament to the country's evolving personality. The qu Acclaimed writer Jeffrey Lewis is known for his deft portrayals of relatable figures from all walks of life. In The Meritocracy Quartet, his four interlinking novels-Meritocracy: A Love Story, The Conference of the Birds, Theme Song for an Old Show, and Adam the King-have been brought together for the first time into a single volume. Set against the backdrop of the changing American landscape over four decades, The Meritocracy Quartet is a testament to the country's evolving personality. The quartet follows Louie, a Yale graduate from a modest background with a gift for forging connections in high and low places. Beginning in the 1960s, as he documents a going-away party for a fellow Yalie on his way to Vietnam, and continuing through his spiritual encounters with a 1970s group of city misfits, his turn to television writing in the 1980s, and a tragic love story between two of his close friends in the 1990s, Louie chronicles not only his own personal struggles-his silent love for his best friend's girl, his delicate relationship with an at-times absent father-but also the attitudes, events, and people that marked his generation. From the Vietnam War to George W. Bush, from television trends to the divide between the haves and have-nots, The Meritocracy Quartet is a moving witness to everything America had to offer in the latter portion of the twentieth century. Fiction & Literature, , The Meritocracy Quartet~~ Jeffrey Lewis~~Fiction & Literature~~9781907822889, en, The Meritocracy Quartet, Jeffrey Lewis, 9781907822889, Haus Publishing, 03/15/2015, , , , Haus Publishing, 03/15/2015

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Each book represents a decade, charting the rise and fall of different political and social ideals through American contemporary culture. The Meritocracy Quartet is a life and a death, a sweeping panorama and an expression of how and why. But, more than this, it is a beautiful story. Meritocracy Quartet: Each book represents a decade, charting the rise and fall of different political and social ideals through American contemporary culture. The Meritocracy Quartet is a life and a death, a sweeping panorama and an expression of how and why. But, more than this, it is a beautiful story., Haus Publishing

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Meritocracy Quartet
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Meritocracy Quartet

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Date de parution: 3
Editeur: Haus Publishing

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