Five Years (book)

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Five Years
AuthorPaul Goodman
SubjectAutobiography
Published1966 (Brussel & Brussel)
Pages257 pp.
OCLC284500
LC ClassPS3513 O53 F5

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

Publication[edit]

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]

References[edit]

  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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