Semi Invisible Man

Semi Invisible Man

The Life of Norman Lewis

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Norman Lewis was the best non-famous writer of his generation. He was non-famous because critics judged his works of travel & non-fiction as lower than the yardstick of artistic genius represented by the novel. He spied for the British government, raced Bugattis & lived in Ibiza. This is the story of a suburban fugitive & adventurer.
Publisher: London : Jonathan Cape, [2008]
Copyright Date: ©2008
ISBN: 9780224072755
Branch Call Number: 823 LEWIS EVA
Characteristics: xxiii, 792 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Life of Norman Lewis

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Nov 27, 2013

A well-written, lively biography of an extraordinary writer who is, hands-down, my favorite. Mr. Evans began writing it before Lewis died, & then Norman's 3rd wife gave him unrestricted access to his notebooks, diaries, & letters. After reading 10+ of Lewis' books, I was very curious to learn how he came to be such an intrepid traveler and amazing writer. This book satisfied that curiosity and then some; many wonderful pictures are included. I should donate it to the Austin Library (if I can part with it).

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