Curtain Call: A Metaphorical Memoir

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Stalking academia, re-ordering double prints
and rewriting the autobiography of Buster Keaton, Clinton's hapless and sophomoric intellectual narrator offers his poignant and funny insights on modern-day culture in a series of slapstick misadventures.

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About Alan Ramón Clinton

Alan Ramón Clinton currently lectures at Santa Clara University in California.

He is the author of a scholarly monograph, Mechanical Occult: Automatism, Modernism, and the Specter of Politics (Peter Lang, 2004) and a volume of poetry, Horatio Alger’s Keys (BlazeVox, 2008).

This fall he will appear as guest editor for a volume of 2nd Ave Poetry entitled New Poetics of Magic.

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Review by: busterkeaton on Feb. 6, 2011 :
I noticed that there was a section in this book called the Autobiography of Buster Keaton by Alan Clinton. Being a practical man, I don't claim to know a lot about memoirs or metaphors, but I am pretty sure I'd already written my autobiography. But having read this one, which kept folding out and out like a newspaper which always becomes a tent, now I'm not so sure.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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