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         Lethem Jonathan:     more books (100)
  1. Chronic City (Vintage Contemporaries) by Jonathan Lethem, 2010-08-24
  2. They Live (Deep Focus) by Jonathan Lethem, 2010-11-01
  3. The Fortress of Solitude by Jonathan Lethem, 2004-08-24
  4. You Don't Love Me Yet (Vintage Contemporaries) by Jonathan Lethem, 2008-04-08
  5. Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem, 2000-10-24
  6. The Disappointment Artist: Essays by Jonathan Lethem, 2006-03-14
  7. As She Climbed Across the Table: A Novel by Jonathan Lethem, 1998-02-24
  8. Gun, with Occasional Music (Harvest Book) by Jonathan Lethem, 2003-09-01
  9. Men and Cartoons by Jonathan Lethem, 2005-11-08
  10. Girl in Landscape: A Novel by Jonathan Lethem, 1999-01-26
  11. Motherless Brooklyn by Jonathan Lethem, 1999
  12. Men and Cartoons: Stories by Jonathan Lethem, 2004-11-02
  13. Amnesia Moon by Jonathan Lethem, 2005-08-08
  14. The Wall of the Sky, the Wall of the Eye by Jonathan Lethem, 2007-03-05

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SF. Heyne, München. 334 Seiten. ISBN: 3-453-13320-X
SF-Frühwerk eines Kultautors Dieses Buch Freunden weiterempfehlen. Dieses Buch kaufen bei Buy Jonathan Lethem: Knarre mit Begleitmusik at (USA) Weitere Buchbesprechungen bei In naher Zukunft, so um das Jahr 2008, ist Schluß mit lustig in San Francisco. Es gibt keine Richter mehr, sondern nur noch Polizisten, die aber Justizbefugnisse haben: Inquisitoren. Das klingt nicht nur nach Mittelalter, das ist es auch. So hat jeder Bürger - es gibt natürlich auch "gleichere" Bürger - ein Guthaben von 75 Karmapunkten, das sich aber durch Gesetzesverstöße rapide verringern kann. Bei null Punkten auf der elektronisch lesbaren "Karmakarte" kommt man in den Tiefkühlschlaf, in den "Froster". Die dort abgeleistete Zeit kommt den Staat wesentlich billiger als das Gefängnis. Alles hat eben seine Vor- und Nachteile. Und die Bürger schweigen dazu: Jeder bekommt zu Sonderpreisen seine Mischung an Drogen. Viele bevorzugen "Forgettol", denn es gibt nicht einmal mehr Fernsehen, um die Leute zu unterhalten. Conrad Metcalf ist ein Privatinquisitor, der früher mal selbst bei den Bullen war - er hat eine Lizenz zum Fragenstellen. Nun geht es ihm nicht mehr so gut, vor allem weil er sich für den Geschmack der Betroffenen allzu sehr für einen brisanten Mordfall interessant, in den einer der Drogen- und Sklavenbarone der Stadt verwickelt ist. Dieser Phoneblum, eine Art fetter Marlon-Brando-Pate in seinen schlechtesten Jahren, hat die Polizei in der Tasche. Über kurz oder lang ist Metcalf natürlich alle seine Karmapunkte los.

2. Jonathan Lethem, Science Fiction, Fantasy, And Mystery Writer
Jonathan Allen Lethem 1964 Winner of Gold Dagger for Crime Writing in 2000 World Fantasy Award for Story Collection in 1997 Novels. Lethem, Jonathan,
Jonathan Allen Lethem
Winner of Gold Dagger for Crime Writing in 2000
World Fantasy Award for Story Collection in 1997
Lethem, Jonathan,
Gun, with Occasional Music, Tor, New York, 1994.
Amnesia Moon,
As She Climbed Across the Table,
Motherless Brooklyn,
Doubleday, New York, 1999. Gold Dagger
Short Fiction in Magazines and Original Book Series
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Intersections Interzone Journal Wired New Pathways The New Yorker Pulphouse Science Fiction Review Starlight Universe The Wall of the Sky, The Wall of the Eye
Collections of Short Fiction
Lethem, Jonathan, The Wall of the Sky, the Wall of the Eye TOR, New York, 1997. ISBN: 0-312-86353-5 World Fantasy Award
Sources of Biographical and Bibliograpical Information
Jonathan Lethem: Breeding Hybrids in the Genre Garden, in Locus, #441, October, 1997.

3. Lethem, Jonathan
You Don't Love Me Yet A Novel, Motherless Brooklyn, Philip K. Dick Four Novels of the 1960s The Man in the High Castle / The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch / Do Androids
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    Release Date: Fans of Fortress and Motherless Brooklyn may find this novel's levity too drastic a shift, but even though Lethem is having a great time here with wordplay, a motley cast, and Lucinda's sexual meanderings, You Don't Love Me Yet is anything but a simple entertainment. He plays with our notions of art and authorship, enjoying a bit of advanced cribbery himself as he experiments with Shakespearean antics and inexplicable love match-ups. At every turn, Lethem seems to be asking sticky questions: Can anyone create the consummate intersection of dream, desire, and reality that art (and great sex) embodies? Will it last, and should it? Can any one writer capture that moment with a few meager words? If they did, how long would it take for it to be reduced to meaningless slogan? Heidi Broadhead Book Description From the incomparable Jonathan Lethem, a raucous romantic farce that explores the paradoxes of love and art

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    6. Lethem, Jonathan : Authors Le : Authors L - Mega Net
    Lethem recounts his experiences in writing As She Climbed Across the Table and offers an excerpt. With RealAudio readings of select chapters.
    Login Search Mega Net: Home Entertainment Celebrities Writers ... Authors Le : Lethem, Jonathan Lethem, Jonathan - Bold Type Profile Lethem recounts his experiences in writing "As She Climbed Across the Table" and offers an excerpt. With RealAudio readings of select chapters. Lethem, Jonathan - Contains a review of Lethem's literary novel with a crime fiction plot "Motherless Brooklyn." Lethem, Jonathan - Omni Online Magazine provides a profile of this science fiction writer and author of "Gun, With Occasional Music" and "Amnesia Moon." Lethem, Jonathan - Reading Group Center Features background on Lethem's novel "Motherless Brooklyn," along with a list of discussion questions. Lethem, Jonathan - Salon Review, March 1998 Stephanie Zacharek review's Lethem's "Girl in Landscape" and finds a story collection of scary, lucid science fiction.

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    9. Bold Type: Short Story By Jonathan Lethem
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    ows of frames sat on glass shelves, clear lenses reflecting gray light from the Brooklyn avenue. Outside, rain fell. At the door a cardboard box waited for umbrellas. The carpet was pink and yellow, to the limits of the floor, to the tightly seamed glass cases. The empty shop was like a cartoonist's eyeball workshop, hundreds of bare outlines yearning for pupils, for voices. They fell short of expression themselves. The whole shop fell short. There was no radio. The white-coated opticians leaned on their glass counters, dreaming of their wives, of beautiful women who suddenly needed glasses. One of them moved into the rear of the shop and made a call. The other turned as the door chimed, two notes blurred momentarily in the rain's hiss. "You're back." "Damn fucking right I'm back." The black man wiped his feet just inside the door, though there wasn't a mat, then jogged forward into the shop. He wore a baseball cap, and his glasses. The optician didn't move. "You don't need to use language," he said. They'd sold him his glasses yesterday. One hundred dollars. He'd paid with cash, not out of a wallet.

    10. Jonathan Lethem - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Lethem, Jonathan Alternative names Lethem, Jonathan Allen (full name); Conklin, Harry (pseudonym) Short description Novelist, essayist, short story writer
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    Lethem in December 2008. Born Jonathan Allen Lethem
    February 19, 1964
    New York Pen name Harry Conklin Occupation Novelist, essayist, short story writer Nationality American Period 1989-present Notable work(s) Motherless Brooklyn
    The Fortress of Solitude
    Notable award(s) National Book Critics Circle Award World Fantasy Award Spouse(s) Shelley Jackson Influences Lewis Carroll Raymond Chandler R. Crumb Philip K. Dick ... Jonathan Allen Lethem (born February 19, 1964) is an American novelist, essayist and short story writer. His first novel, Gun, with Occasional Music , a genre work that mixed elements of science fiction and detective fiction , was published in 1994. It was followed by three more science fiction novels. In 1999, Lethem published Motherless Brooklyn , a National Book Critics Circle Award -winning novel that achieved mainstream success. In 2003, he published The Fortress of Solitude , which became a New York Times Best Seller . In 2005 he received a MacArthur Fellowship

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    12. The Edge Of The Bed Of Forever
    by Jonathan Lethem and Angus MacDonald
    The Edge of the Bed of Forever
    by Jonathan Lethem and Angus MacDonald Strand knew his wife would soon notice how terribly old he was getting. It was only a matter of time. Lingering before his bathroom mirror, he catalogued the ravages. The yellow of his eyes, the white stubble growing up under, and out of, his nose, the saggy pouches of skin accumulating around his jaw. There was no mistaking it. He was pulling away from his wife, agewise. And soon it would be obvious to her. Using the time platform had been a dirty little secret from the beginning, but at the beginning he had had it under control. Now he was spending as much time in no-time with Angela as he was back here in realtime, with his wife. And it was turning him into an old man. He had no right to call himself forty-five anymore. He had lost track long before, but he was surely at least fifty by now, biologically. He opened the medicine cabinet and took out his bottle of dye disguised as a solution for remetabolizing corns and began combing it into his hair. A new irony occurred to him. His wife could save him. By noticing his aging, and accusing him of the adultery, she would put the stop to it that he couldn't himself. His lover, youthful, life-giving Angela, was killing him, and only his wife could save him. He finished, mussing his hair so it wouldn't look too combed. Downstairs his wife waited for him to join her in the large kitchen. He heard her. She was working already, piling the cotton shirts she and Strand would decorate with commercial logos today. All would be spotlessly clean, ready for the inking microbes they'd prepared the afternoon before. She would keep stacking them, silently reproachful, while he read his newsclod.

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    14. The Man Who Was Thursday By Chesterton, G. K. And Lethem, Jonathan (Introduction
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    15. Jonathan Lethem: Girl In Landscape
    by Steven H. Silver
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    280pp/$22.95/April 1998 Cover by David J. High Reviewed by Steven H Silver Jonathan Lethem has always drawn from disparate sources for his novels, from the Chandleresque Gun, With Occasional Music to the Lewis Carroll influenced As She Climbed Across the Table . His latest, Girl in Landscape , perhaps demonstrates best the far-ranging influences on his writing. At first glance, Girl in Landscape seems to be the most purely science fictional of Lethem's four novels. However, it quickly becomes apparent that Lethem is using the science fictional trappings in much the way Kurt Vonnegut used the them in such novels as The Sirens of Titan The novel begins in a future Brooklyn in which pollution has gotten so bad the residents must live indoors, reminiscent of Isaac Asimov's The Caves of Steel . In honor of their family's decision to leave earth for the Planet of the Archbuilders, Caitlin Marsh takes her three children to Coney Island to reminisce about the days when she was able to go their without the protective clothing her children must wear. The novel doesn't really pick up until the Marsh family arrives at the Planet of the Archbuilders. Lethem designs the planet so it is reminiscent of a John Ford western (most notably "The Searchers" [1956]). The Marshes have settled in a sparsely populated area on the verge of becoming a town. Although the "town" only consists of four families (only two of which are "traditional") and five individuals, the population runs the gamut from politicians to anthropologists to loners to drunkards: a microcosm in twenty people. In addition to the humans, the planet is settled by the Archbuilders, the remnants of a race which has fallen from its glory days who can be seen as Lethem's version of the the American Indian.

    16. Lethem, Jonathan | Litquake
    Jonathan Lethem is the MacArthur Award–winning author of eight books, including Motherless Brooklyn, The New York Times bestseller The Fortress of Solitude, and Chronic City.

    17. Catalog Search | Ann Arbor District Library
    1 Jonathan Lethem discusses his novel You don't love me yet . Lethem, Jonathan. Ann Arbor, Mich. Ann Arbor Public Library, Apr 2007. Call number DVD 025 Le, Jonathan
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    20. Bold Type: Interview With Jonathan Lethem's Editor
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    think that Jonathan's a very interesting writer because he pays homage to classical and contemporary pop culture influences, but not in a way that's cheap and easy. He doesn't just drop brand names into his prose," says Thomas, explaining his interest in the young author.
    Lethem's third novel, As She Climbed Across the Table, is a strange and dazzling love story and is unlike any other you are likely to have read. "I think this new novel represents a great leap for him, both in terms of his technique, and in terms of realization of a novel, a fully realized novel," declares Thomas. "It reminds me aesthetically of one of my favorite pieces of music, John Coltrane's My Favorite Things. Coltrane takes a standard pop song, a rather banal pop song, and expands and plays with it, still maintaining faithfulness to the melody, but through his own genius makes it a singular piece of work."
    "I think Jonathan achieves the same thing with several influences in As She Climbed Across the Table, most prominently and obviously Alice in Wonderland.

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