The Bear Went Over the Mountain: A Novel (Owl Book) e-book
by William Kotzwinkle
William Kotzwinkle is our Boccaccio - there isn't anyone funnier, smarter, or more inventive than he, and he brandishes .
William Kotzwinkle is our Boccaccio - there isn't anyone funnier, smarter, or more inventive than he, and he brandishes his satirical sword exactly as wickedly and as scathingly as Boccaccio does, with the same oddly tolerant smile. I urge readers not to try reading it at night, while family members are trying to sleep; you'll keep them awake howling with laughter. Recommend it whole-heartedly.
Home William Kotzwinkle The Bear Went Over the Mountain. The indifferent flames were feeding on the pages of a manuscript. It was a novel called Destiny and Desire and its pages curled up at the edges one by one, then flared into light and turned to smoke. The bear went over the . .The Bear Went Over the Mountain, . The farmhouse burned quickly. The beams and rafters collapsed into a fiery pile, and when the unsuspecting owner returned, all that was left of his house, and his novel, was a smoking hole in the ground.
Then he took America by storm. William Kotzwinkle was born in 1938 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He attended Rider College and Pennsylvania State University. William Kotzwinkle is an accomplished author who is best known for his book of the film .
The Bear Went Over the Mountain (1996) is a novel by William Kotzwinkle. The movie rights for the book were sold to Jim Henson
The Bear Went Over the Mountain (1996) is a novel by William Kotzwinkle. The movie rights for the book were sold to Jim Henson. In his absence, a bear digs up his manuscript.
William Kotzwinkle, the esteemed author of The Fan Man and . This book makes me laugh out loud. Through Hal's attempts to fit in with humanity, Kotzwinkle crafts a funny satire of the literary world. Feb 29, 2008 Terina rated it it was ok.
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The Bear Went Over the Mountain is a riotous, magical romp with . Warning: This book may cause flatulence. The Fan Man is a comic novel published in 1974 by the American writer William Kotzwinkle.
The Bear Went Over the Mountain is a riotous, magical romp with the buoyant Hal Jam as he leaves the quiet, nurturing world of nature for the glittering, moneyed world of ma. It's told in the 1st-person by the narrator, Horse Badorties, a down-at-the-heels hippie living a life of drug-fueled befuddlement in New York City c. 1970.
A lovely night for a two-legged walk, he said to himself. Getting along like a real human being. Baseball hat, clip-on tie, comfortable shoes. What more could a bear ask for?
A lovely night for a two-legged walk, he said to himself. crowds of people, with all their perfumed smells. His book had been purchased by Universal Studios for a million and a half dollars and Elliot Gadson had taken him to his own tailor, where several new suits had been made, one of which the bear wore this evening, a gray tweed which fit him perfectly
A bear finds a briefcase in the woods that contains a manuscript.
A bear finds a briefcase in the woods that contains a manuscript. He takes a pseudonym and turns in the book under his new name. It's an overnight hit, and no one seems to notice that the author isn't human. Kotzwinkle's hero is an affable bear who moseys out of the Maine woods one day and finds the manuscript of a novel hidden under a tree, where it's been ditched by a disillusioned English professor.