The royal family
Since the publication of his first book in 1987, William T. Vollmann has established himself as one of the most fascinating and unconventional literary figures on the scene today. Named one of the twenty best writers under forty by the New Yorker in 1999, Vollmann received the best reviews of his career for The Royal Family, a searing fictional trip through a San Francisco underworld populated by prostitutes, drug addicts, and urban spiritual seekers. Part biblical allegory and part skewed postmodern crime novel, The Royal Family is a vivid and unforgettable work of fiction by one of today's most daring writers.
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|Grouping Title||royal family|
|Grouping Author||vollmann william t|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-12 12:30:13PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-14 02:06:04AM|
|author||Vollmann, William T.|
|author_display||Vollmann, William T|
|detailed_location_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|owning_library_pitkin||Pitkin County Library|
|subject_facet||Dysfunctional families -- Fiction|
Las Vegas (Nev.) -- Fiction
Lawyers -- Nevada -- Las Vegas -- Fiction
Prostitution -- Fiction
|title_display||The royal family|
|title_full||The royal family / William T. Vollmann|
|title_short||The royal family|