Caverns: A Novel
Penguin Books, 1990 - 325 Seiten
A respected writer and cult hero of the '60s, Ken Kesey taught a writing class by having the students jointly produce a full-length novel and publish it. A fascinating story resulted, and has already garnered national publicity, including an article in People magazine and exposure on National Public Radio.
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