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Posted March 8, 2005
Joel Agee has written a memoir-masterpiece, which, in its originality and interest rivals that of his father's 'Let Us Now Praise Famous Men.' What James Agee did for America of the 1930's, Joel has done for the 1960's. No one who has lived through the so-called 'Hippie revolution' can afford to miss reading this brilliantly written autobiography/novel which goes to the very heart of a key period in American history and illuminates it 'from within.' This is a work which should be widely read--and appreciated. It also happens to be a page-turner!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.