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Graham Rae
Dec 18 2007
11:19 pm

What a fascinating article. I think such intensive exhaustive mercurial work would drive most people mad, but it’s good scholars like Harris are there to undertake it. Does anybody know why the man has such an interest in Burroughs, what peaked his interest, what he identified with in the work, what he likes about it? I’d be very interested to know.

G.

RealityStudio
Dec 19 2007
8:56 am

You might want to read Prof Harris’ book William S. Burroughs and the Secret of Fascination:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0809324849/superv32cinc

As a scholarly tome, the book is unique precisely because Prof Harris admits to his own fascination with WSB and tries, through his scholarship, to analyze and understand it.

You might also enjoy the first interview that RealityStudio did with Prof Harris

http://realitystudio.org/interviews/oliver-harris/

Graham Rae
Dec 20 2007
11:38 pm

Thanks man. Much appreciated. Try to find as much time to read this stuff as the working father of a 5-month-old kid can. Not easy, for obvious reasons. Thanks for the links though.

G.

George Laughead
Dec 22 2007
11:08 am

Congrats. Nice coup. Did Oliver make it to NYC ? Best, from Beats in Kansas, George

Bill Ectric
Jan 6 2009
8:23 am

Top notch! This is the good stuff.

Mat Kondo
Feb 18 2013
11:07 pm

What a fantastic article. Hats off most certainly to Mr. Harris. Without scholars like him, Burroughs scholarships would not be where it is today. And it is still growing with more and more publications on WSB seeming to come out every year. I am definitely going to purchase a copy. I just wish that more affordable copies were available.
However, after reading about all the hard work Mr. Harris put into researching this book, I do not feel at all bad about forking out $100 + for this valuable book of transcripts on one of the most important figures of 20th Century literature. Thank you!

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