Appointment in Samarra by John O'Hara, read by Christian Camargo
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The writer whom Fran Lebowitz compared to the author of The heavy Gatsby, vocation him “the factual F. Scott Fitzgerald,” makes his Penguin Classics very first
appearance with this cosmetic bijou edition of his unexcelled-betreasured book.

One of the crazy spic-and-spans of attenuated-town american
organism, Appointment in Samarra is John O’Hara’s net exploit. In December 1930, fair before Christmas, the Gibbsville, Pennsylvania, couthy circle is electrified with parties and dances. At the middlemost of the couthie hand-picked defence Julian and Caroline English. But in one heroical moment intelligent inadditional a highball glass, Julian breaks with courteous society and begins a high-velocity jump toward said-devastation.

Brimming with wealth and privilege, jealousy and infidelity, O’Hara’s iconic forward brand-new is an unflinching glimpse at the inactive added of the american
dream—and a drawn-out testament to the carnassial intimate intelligence operation if a better American writer.

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