By Robert Stone
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Rheinhardt, a disc jockey and failed musician, rolls into New Orleans within the aftermath of Mardi Gras searching for paintings and one other likelihood in existence. What he unearths is a girl named Geraldine who's bodily and psychically broken by way of the lads in her earlier, and a role that comprises him with a right-wing political movement.
WUSA is a 1970 American drama movie, directed by way of Stuart Rosenberg (Cool Hand Luke) and according to Robert Stone’s most sensible promoting Novel “A corridor of Mirrors’”. The all-star solid comprises Anthony Perkins, Don Gordon, Moses Gunn, Cloris Leachman and Laurence Harvey as a corrupt preacher. Paul Newman known as it "the most vital movie I've ever made and the best."
A corridor of Mirrors is Robert Stone’s first novel. It gained a William Faulkner starting place Award; Dog Soldiers acquired a countrywide booklet Award; A Flag for Sunrise received the Los Angeles Times e-book Prize and was once nominated for a PEN/Faulkner Award. His most up-to-date books are Children of sunshine, Outerbridge Reach, the quick tale assortment Bear and his Daughter and, such a lot recently, Damascus Gate, which used to be shortlisted for the 1998 nationwide booklet Award. Robert Stone lives in Connecticut.
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A Hall of Mirrors by Robert Stone