Five Years (book)

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Five Years
AuthorPaul Goodman
Published1966 (Brussel & Brussel)
Pages257 pp.
LC ClassPS3513 O53 F5

Five Years is an autobiographical collection of Paul Goodman's notebooks between 1955 and 1960.


The entries in his original journals were modified for publication. The original journals were acquired from Goodman's wife in 1989 and are held at Harvard University's Houghton Library.[1]


  1. ^ Stoehr 1994, p. 20.

Further reading[edit]

  • Stoehr, Taylor (October 1994). "Graffiti and the Imagination: Paul Goodman in His Short Stories". Harvard Library Bulletin. 5 (3): 20–37. ISSN 0017-8136.

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