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  1. Conversations with Hunter S. Thompson (Literary Conversations Series)
  2. Ancient Gonzo Wisdom: Interviews with Hunter S. Thompson
  3. The Proud Highway: Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman, 1955-1967 (The Fear and Loathing Letters, Vol. 1) by Hunter S. Thompson, 1998-04-07
  4. The Kitchen Readings: Untold Stories of Hunter S. Thompson by Michael Cleverly, Bob Braudis, 2008-02-01
  5. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and Other American Stories (Modern Library) by Hunter S. Thompson, 1998-05-05
  6. Generation of Swine: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the '80's by Hunter S. Thompson, 2003-11-01
  7. Hell's Angels by Hunter S. Thompson, 1970
  8. Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcyle Gangs by Hunter S. Thompson, 1966
  9. The Curse of Lono by Hunter S. Thompson, 2005-10-01
  10. Happy Birthday, Jack Nicholson (Pocket Penguins 70's) by Hunter S. Thompson, 2005-05-06
  11. The Gonzo Papers Anthology by Hunter S. Thompson, 2010-02
  12. Gonzo by Hunter S Thompson, 2007-10-01
  13. Screwjack: A Short Story by Hunter S. Thompson, 2000-12-13
  14. Gonzo by Hunter S Thompson: Literary Edition by Hunter S Thompson, 2009-11-01

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22. Ghost In The Machine: Hunter S. Thompson
A brief biography of Thompson, images of several of his book covers and photos.
Hunter S. Thompson
"And that, I think, was the handle-that sense of inevitable victory over the forces of Old and Evil. Not in any mean or military sense; we didn't need that. Our energy would simply prevail. There was no point in fighting-on our side or theirs. We had all the momentum; we were riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave. So now, less than five years later, you can go up on a steep hill in Las Vegas and look West, and with the right kind of eyes you can almost see the high-water mark-the place where the wave finally broke and rolled back."
A consummate Fitzgerald fan, Hunter S. Thompson, a.k.a the Great Gonzo, stands as the journalist of the Me decade. Those who consider his prose too whacked-out and self-indulgent to be of any merit should consider the times when he was writing. In an era when Democrats unleashed angry cops on protestors and a majority of citizens voted for Nixon not once but twice well, who in that age was thinking clearly? Although HST clearly had some trouble with deadlines, who can deny the man's talent?

23. Thompson, Hunter S. Quote - I Wouldn't Recommend Sex, Drugs Or Insanity For Ever
Famous quote by Thompson, Hunter S. I wouldn't recommend sex, drugs or insanity for everyone, but they've always worked for me. on Quotations Book

24. Hell's Angels By Hunter S THOMPSON - Signed First Edition - 1967 - From Ken Lope
Hell's Angels Signed First Edition hardcover by THOMPSON, Hunter S. Bookseller Ken Lopez Bookseller, ABAA (US) Bookseller Inventory 024636
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25. Hunter S. Thompson -
An audio interview.
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        In this rare interview, the psychedelic writer talks about Vietnam and the death of the American dream.
        By Interviewthe Paris Review Hunter S. Thompson lives in Woody Creek Canyon in western Colorado, about 10 miles or so down-valley from Aspen. His home, Owl Farm, is a rustic ranch that borders the White River National Forest. His beloved peacocks roam the property freely. A designated Rod and Gun Club, Owl Farm has hosted famous shooters such as Jimmy Carter, George McGovern and Keith Richards, who have shot clay pigeons and stationary targets on the property. George Plimpton, Douglas Brinkley and Terry McDonell visited Owl Farm this summer to interview Thompson for the Paris Review's Writers-at-Work series. The interview, "The Art of Journalism I," appears in Issue 156 of the Review. The conversation with Thompson lasted 12 hours straight nothing out of the ordinary for the host: Owl Farm operates like an 18th century salon, where people from all walks of life congregate in the wee hours for free exchanges about everything from theoretical physics to local water rights. For most of the conversation, Thompson sat at his command post on the kitchen side of a peninsula counter rocking back and forth in a swivel chair and chain-smoking red Dunhills through a German-made gold-tipped cigarette filter.

26. Hell's Angels : A Strange And Terrible Saga | 9780345410085 | Thompson, Hunter S
Hell's Angels A Strange and Terrible Saga Thompson, Hunter S. ISBN10 0345410084 ISBN-13 9780345410085

27. BBC - H2g2 - Hunter S Thompson
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Created: 20th January 2000 Hunter S Thompson Contact Us Like this page? Send it to a friend! Hunter S Thompson wrote fiction, reported facts, philosophised, criticised, theorised, and cut straight to the heart of American culture. He was also the 'inventor' of gonzo journalism. Gonzo journalism is the reporting of facts from a personal perspective. The thoughts and attitudes of reporters have implications on how an event is reported, so they should write about their thoughts and feelings as much as the actual event. Hunter S Thompson was born on 18 July, 1937, in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.

28. Quill & Brush | Thompson, Hunter S | THE FEAR AND LOATHING/GONZO LETTERS Two Vol
New York Villard/Simon and Schuster 1997/2000 First editions One of 15 SIGNED numbered copies The FEAR AND LOATHING LETTERS, Volume 1, The Proud Highway The Sage of a Desperate

29. In Short
A review of Better Than Sex by Michael E. Ross.

30. MySpace - Rhaynedrop[Mrs. Thompson] (Hunter's Mommy!!) - 19 - Female - MOUNT VER
Myspace profile for RhaynedropMrs. Thompson (Hunter's Mommy!!) with pictures, videos, personal blog, interests, information about me and more

31. On The Trail Again
A review of Better than Sex by Esther B. Fein.

32. Salon Books | The Rum Diary
by Mark Athitakis.
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Fiction Family Outing By Chastity Bono Nonfiction Nureyev: His Life By Diane Solway Nonfiction Going Down By Jay Schaefer Nonfiction SEARCH REVIEWS BY: title of book author publisher reviewer T H E G A R N E R R E P O R T The Garner Report By Dwight Garner A highly subjective, monthly roundup of upcoming book titles t u a y BY HUNTER S. THOMPSON FICTION 222 PAGES BY MARK ATHITAKIS "'T Indeed, the story of "The Rum Diary" is close to Thompson's own early experience in journalism's ink-stained and liquor-soaked trenches. Paul Kemp, a writer who's grown tired of New York, decides on a lark to take a job with the San Juan Daily News. "Why not?" he tells the staff photographer when he arrives. "A man could do worse than the Caribbean." "You should've kept on going south," the photographer grunts. Slowly, Kemp starts peeling layers off of the sunny, rum-laden myth of his new habitat and discovers what his colleague meant: The government is corrupt, the locals are violently opposed to the yanqui interlopers and the paper itself is rapidly collapsing. The novel catalogs numerous scuffles with the law and bitter editors, but the heart of its story is Kemp's collision with himself, whether falling in love with the unattainably beautiful Chenault, a fellow American refugee, or contemplating his morality (and mortality) while trapped in the snare of one lost weekend after another. "I ... sat there and drank, trying to decide if I was getting older and wiser, or just plain old," he says.

33. Hunter S. Thompson Criticism
Criticism Contemporary Literary Criticism Thompson, Hunter S. Introduction. Criticism Home; Contemporary Literary Criticism; Get help in the Literature Group

34. Featured Author Hunter S. Thompson
Links to interviews with Thompson, articles by Thompson, and reviews of most of his books.

35. Hunter S. Thompson (American Journalist) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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Table of Contents: Hunter S. Thompson Article Article Related Articles Related Articles External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Hunter S. Thompson in full Hunter Stockton Thompson gonzo journalism, a highly personal style of reporting that made Thompson a counterculture icon. (1967). The book led to writing assignments for Esquire Rolling Stone , and other magazines. In addition to his irreverent political and cultural criticism, Thompson also began to attract attention for his larger-than-life persona, which was highlighted by drug- and alcohol-fueled adventures and a distaste for authority.

36. Hunter Thompson Faxes
Includes this classic article by Thompson as well as several faxes he sent to Time Magazine while writing it.
Does the world need more letters and faxes from Dr. Hunter S. Thompson? Absolutely. Walter Isaacson, Time Magazine's managing editor, commissioned a 3,000-word piece that appears on Monday. What follows are a half-dozen, raw HST communications that established some context for the piece, including a faxed, handwritten message to long-time collaborator Ralph Steadman; four dangerous screeds to Isaacson; and a portion of a Steadman sketch. We could tell you what's in these communiques, but why bother? As the good doctor observes, "res ipsa loquitur..." Next Read the story: Doomed Love at the Taco Stand

37. Thompson, Hunter S(tockton) 1939– - Critical Essay By William F. Buckley, Jr.
Thompson, Hunter S(tockton) 1939– Critical Essay by William F. Buckley, Jr.. Thompson, Hunter S(tockton) 1939– - Critical Essay by William F. Buckley, Jr. summary with 2

38. Page 2 : XFL, R.I.P.
Thompson s column at Page displays his most recent article along with an archive of past articles.

39. Thompson, Hunter S - Gonzo 01 - The Great Shark Hunt V3.0
From Nixon to napalm, C a rter to cocaine, Hunter S. Thompson captures the crazy, hypocritical, degenerate, and worthwhile aspects of American society with razorsharp

40. Hunter S. Thompson Muses About A Run
An article about Thompson s involvement with the politics of Aspen, Colorado.
Hunter S. Thompson Muses About a Run
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