A frolic of his own is a difficult book to write aboutsome seem to view it as a masterpiece others a tedious mish mashid say its neitherat over 500 pages its about 200 pages too long gaddis faced a temptation that he could not resistif a chance to throw in everything including the kitchen sink presented it self it could not be . A frolic of his own is a book by william gaddis published by poseidon press in 1994 it was his fourth novel and it won his second us national book award for fiction. With the publication of the recognitions in 1955 william gaddis was hailed as the american heir to james joyce his two subsequent novels j r winner of the national book award and carpenters gothic have secured his position among americas foremost contemporary writers now a frolic of . A frolic of his own 60 likes a blog describing the miscellaneous adventures of a young 20 something sydney lawyer who likes suits and architecture. Like carpenters gothic which is rendered wholly in dialogue this narrative is a cacophony of heard and found voices oscars conversations with his myriad lawyers his flighty girlfriend his patient sister and her lawyer husband are all spliced with phone calls readings from oscars play and various legal documents
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