All the Lonely People: Life in a Single Room Occupancy Hotel

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New Haven and New York 1983 Cloth First Edition Very Good in Good jacket 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. Very Good/Good. First Edition, with complete number sequence. Copyright 1983 by ... Robert Hamburger. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 82-19128. This lovely cloth bound book, 330 pages long, is in very good condition, with light shelf wear, light bumping to the spine ends and cover corners, moderate page edge soiling. The pages are tight, bright and clean. The dust jacket is in good condition, with moderate shelf wear, light bumping, creasing and chipping to the cover edges, moderate surface scuffing and soiling, some small tears to the cover edges. "Robert Hamburger spent a whole year with the residents of Hotel Walden in New York and emerged with a brilliant and moving record of their way of life: their memories, their illusions, their sufferings, their wary, sometimes virgorous interactions." Read more Show Less

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New York 1988 First Edition Very fine. First Edition. A Novel. Uncorrected proof copy in printed yellow wrappers. Important first novel by this Wisconsin writer.

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A young woman living in rural Illinois, Ruth is a loser with considerable courage but quickly aborted dreams. This promising first novel details her grim, crumbling world in her own uneducated voice; as she tells readers, ``I knew we were poor and strange.'' This self-awareness and matter-of-fact acceptance prevents the seamy and painful exploration of Ruth's relationship with her abusive mother, violent husband, and infant son from becoming pathos. The grotesque characterization and touch of sardonic humor fit nicely with the author's tone. A good choice for public libraries, with potential appeal in young adult collections, since it portrays a young woman's survival in the underclass (though there is vulgar language and some frank but not too steamy sex). Elizabeth Guiney Sandvick, North Hennepin Community Coll., Minneapolis
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780899191591
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 3/1/1983
  • Pages: 352

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