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“There was never a way, even back in the beginning, that a man could condition himself against the lethal size and shape and melody of beauty by chance.” ~ The Stranger

In episode 35 of Saturday Show, Frank discusses the new biography entitled “SALINGER”, written by David Shields and Shane Salerno, plus: literary fiction techniques galore, Oona O’Neill, World War II, D-Day, Hurtgen Forest, the Battle of the Bulge, Nazi concentration camps, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Plus, the news of the release of the new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, which includes Goodreads integration and other exciting features. Also, analysis of the short stories “Big Black Good Man” by American writer Richard Wright and “Tock” by Frank Marcopolos. Plus the trademarked “Swainiac Method” (finally) explained!

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Show notes and relevant links:

SALINGER by David Shields and Shane Salerno
New Kindle Paperwhite
Richard Wright
WWII
Almost Home by Frank Marcopolos
Ernest Hemingway

Posted by Frank Marcopolos

Frank Marcopolos lives in Austin, Texas. Hiding from the ever-present Texas sun because of a well-founded fear of skin cancer, he writes short stories and novels that have been praised by some readers, while others have been, like, "Meh." He also produces free audiobooks of public domain works on his YouTube channel. You can subscribe to that here: http://youtube.com/brooklynfrank

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  1. Testing, testing…is this thing on?

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