Feliz Lucia Molina Ben Segal Brett Zehner
The Wes Letters
June 19, 2020 Comments.. 904
The Wes Letters Feliz Lucia Molina Ben Segal Brett Zehner THE WES LETTERS is an epistolary novel written from three friends to the elusive Wes Anderson The story begins on a train and multiplies, composes, and fragments itself across the United States to Finland It s about personal memory, it s about gossip and philosophy, and it s about pop culture and late capitalism It s not about Wes Anderson It s a generational vacuumTHE WES LETTERS is an epistolary novel written from three friends to the elusive Wes Anderson The story begins on a train and multiplies, composes, and fragments itself across the United States to Finland It s about personal memory, it s about gossip and philosophy, and it s about pop culture and late capitalism It s not about Wes Anderson It s a generational vacuum full of hope and embarrassment.. The Wes Letters THE WES LETTERS is an epistolary novel written from three friends to the elusive Wes Anderson The story begins on a train and multiplies composes and fragments itself across the United States to Fin
  • Title: The Wes Letters
  • Author: Feliz Lucia Molina Ben Segal Brett Zehner
  • ISBN: 9781937402648
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Keith says:

      Dear Wes,Once I wrote a review of this book on , and then decided to see if I could get it published somewhere Which I did entropymag a review of the wes letters So thanks for that.K

    2. The East Bay Review says:

      The Wes Letters is an epistolary novel, or simply a collection of letters addressed to the famed film director, Wes Anderson These letters are penned by three friends Brett, Ben and Feliz a trio of artists grad students, quirky and neurotic The story begins when Brett meets Wes Anderson on a train moving through New Mexico but expands into something unexpected And from that moment a discussion of literature between sips of wine a story unfolds It s a language driven story that travels first acr [...]

    3. Jenifer says:

      I really didn t like this book I saw it in Shakespeare and Company s bookstore in May, paid way too much for it even discounting the exchange rate from Euro to Dollar , and just couldn t leave without it I have loved the Wes Anderson movies that I have seen, so I figured I d like to read a story of three friends writing letters to him Turns out that I didn t The book rambled and was crass in ways that I just couldn t overlook The book had far too little in it about Wes Anderson or his movies, an [...]

    4. Wes says:

      First of all, my name is Wes Andersen similar, but not the same as Wes Anderson so I admit there was something narcissistic about my reading this book in the first place The authors have come up with a clever hook on which to hang their sometimes humorous, sometimes witty, frequently vulgar, and always self absorbed essays I was disappointed as I became increasingly aware that they weren t even sending these so called letters to the sui generis director Without that, the entire collection was h [...]

    5. Alexandria says:

      I received this signed copy from give aways Many of these letters we difficult to follow and I just didn t get the humor Some I couldn t even understand what the author s point was or even follow what they were trying to say Unfortunately not my type of humor, and therefore not enjoyable for me.

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