Fear and Loathing in America
|Fear and Loathing in America|
|Author||Hunter S. Thompson|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster|
|Dewey Decimal||070/.92 B 21|
|LC Class||PN4874.T444 A3 2000|
|Preceded by||The Fear and Loathing Letters, Vol. 1: The Proud Highway: The Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman 1955–1967|
|Followed by||The Mutineer: Rants, Ravings, and Missives from the Mountaintop 1977–2005|
Fear and Loathing in America: The Brutal Odyssey of an Outlaw Journalist 1968–1976 is a collection of hundreds of letters Hunter S. Thompson wrote (as well as a handful he received) after his rise to fame with his 1966 hit Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. These letters deal primarily with Thompson and his editor at Random House, Jim Silberman, his correspondence with Oscar Zeta Acosta, and his perpetually fluctuating relationship with Jann Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone.
In this second volume of letters – the first being The Proud Highway: The Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman 1955–1967' – an insight into Thompson's eccentricity and brilliance is found.
- The Fear and Loathing Letters, Vol. 1: The Proud Highway: The Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman 1955–1967, (1997) ISBN 0-679-45285-0
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