FAIL: An Essay from Eating the Dinosaur

FAIL: An Essay from Eating the Dinosaur

by Chuck Klosterman
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FAIL: An Essay from Eating the Dinosaur by Chuck Klosterman

Originally collected in Eating the Dinosaur and now available both as a stand-alone essay and in the ebook collection Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture, this essay is about Ted Kaczynski.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781451625233
Publisher: Scribner
Publication date: 09/14/2010
Series: Chuck Klosterman on Media and Culture
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 17
File size: 2 MB

About the Author


Chuck Klosterman is the New York Times bestselling author of Downtown Owl; Chuck Klosterman IV; Killing Yourself to Live; Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs; and Fargo Rock City, winner of the ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award. He is a Contributing Editor for Esquire, a regular contributor to The New York Times Magazine, and has also written for Spin, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Believer, A.V. Club, and ESPN. Klosterman grew up on a farm near Wyndmere, North Dakota. After graduating from the University of North Dakota, he wrote for the Fargo Forum and the Akron Beacon Journal. Klosterman is published in eight territories and seven languages. Klosterman lives in New York City.

Hometown:

New York, New York

Date of Birth:

June 5, 1972

Place of Birth:

Wyndmere, North Dakota

Education:

Degree in Journalism, University of North Dakota, 1994

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FAIL: An Essay from Eating the Dinosaur 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fail
Christian Miller More than 1 year ago
This essay is Klosterman at his best, in my opinion. A wonderful piece about the Unabomber, and why he had the perspective on life that he does. Read together with 'This is the Zodiac speaking', it produces a brilliant new perspective on the modern world, psychology, and technology.