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[Free Pdf] ☩ Adept ⚆ Popular Books, Adept Author Michael McClure This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Adept, Essay By Michael McClure Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You It is very rare indeed to encounter a good poet who is also a good novelist Most poets are terrible novelists and most novelists are failed poets as Faulkner once famously said.Therefore, this book was surprisingly good considering that McClure is famous for his poetry and plays After his average novel debut in The Mad Cub often mistakenly called The Mad Club for some bizarre reason , I was expecting of the same a poet trying to break through into the world of novel writing.Well, this one was surprisingly good The story is about Nicholas and Rark who head down to Arizona or is it Mexico to make a big cocaine deal but things get interesting without giving too much away What I loved about this book was not only McClure s poetic descriptions of scenes and settings and character but through the prose of a novel but also how there are flash forwards and flash backs throughout the novel which give the reader the sensation of a good bad trip on acid or the feeling of haunting memories McClure very accurately transposes that tenuous feeling you get when high on cocaine or grass and does it with great skill The only thing that detracts from the overall enjoyment of the novel for the reader, in my opinion, is the overelaborate flowery style that McClure sometimes adopts Bukowski, who I think admired McClure s poetry to some degree did once describe him as a pansy To my mind he comes across as an arrogant, vain but highly intellectual Edwardian fop of some sorts who happens to be in the 20th Century He carries around all the decadence of Rimbaud and all the philosophical ideas of the French and German poets and philosophers Nietzche and Mallarme just to name two which comes across as a bit annoying at times I loved this book but not quite as much as McClure probably loved it himself, if you know what I mean.Apart from that, I can t really say there is anything wrong with the book It s a great story, well written mostly and builds to a fantastic climax in the last third of the book.Highly recommended but if you find that McClure s flowery expressiveness grates on the senses a bit, then it might be best to avoid it However, I do think he has great potential as a novelist and it s a shame he hasn t written than 2 novels to date.