Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Lost Boy by Thomas Wolfe

Lost Boy is a novella by Thomas Wolfe about his brother Grover, who died at age 11 while visiting the World's Fair in St. Louis when Wolfe was four. Each of the book's four sections is told from the view of a different member of Grover's family.

It is dull, dull, dull, dull, dull.

2 comments:

Nihil Novum said...

Dull, huh? Sounds a lot like this review! Am I right, folks? Wakka wakka wakka!

Nihil Novum said...

This comment didn't start the enthralling dialog I was hoping for.