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Robert Stone (1937 – )

Nationality: American Periods: American: 20th Century


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Criticism about Robert Stone

American Faith, American Violence
“Robert Stone’s fiction explores the delusions that shape our lives.”
Contains: Commentary
Author: Michael Greenberg
From: Boston Review December 1999/January 2000

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Featured Author: Robert Stone
“Articles and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times.”
Contains: Interview, Commentary, Pictures
From: The New York Times Online http://www.nytimes.com/
The Salon Interview: Robert Stone
“Robert Stone claims that his hard-living days are behind him. But when he meets an interviewer in the lobby of New York’s Soho Grand Hotel, where he’s staying while in the city on a book tour, he is rubbing his bearded chin and grimacing.”
Contains: Interview
Author: Dwight Garner
From: Salon
A Talk With Robert Stone
“Stone talks about growing up Catholic, a stint in the Navy, life with Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters, his experiences in Vietnam, and his novels.”
Contains: Interview
Author: Charles Ruas
From: The New York Times October 18, 1981

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