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Wildest Dreams: An Anthology of Drug-Related Literature
Richard Rudgley (ed)
From the condemnatory to the celebratory, this is an utterly absorbing collection of the very best in drug-related literature. Highly entertaining & impeccably researched, this anthology begins with Apuleius’s 2nd-century text, “The Golden Ass,” & finishes with Irvine Welsh’s tale about speeding in a bowls club. In between are a wealth of pieces from well-known writers on drugs, such as Burroughs, Baudelaire & Huxley, & individuals not normally associated with the subject, such as Boccaccio, Marco Polo, J.M. Barrie & Cary Grant. Editor Richard Rudgley is at once scholarly & humane; he seems to know everything about intoxicants without being a proselyte & without trivializing the subject.
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