Ancient Gonzo Wisdom: Interviews with Hunter S. Thompson by Hunter S. Thompson, Christopher Hitchens, Anita Thompson

By Hunter S. Thompson, Christopher Hitchens, Anita Thompson

Bristling with encouraged observations and wild anecdotes, this primary assortment deals a special perception into the voice and brain of the inimitable Hunter S. Thompson, as recorded within the pages of Playboy, The Paris evaluate, Esquire, and elsewhere.

Fearless and unsparing, the interviews aspect essentially the most storied episodes of Thompson’s existence: a savage beating by the hands of the Hells Angels, speaking soccer with Nixon at the 1972 crusade path (“the merely time in two decades of hearing the treacherous bastard that I knew he wasn’t lying”), and his not likely run for sheriff of Aspen. in other places, passionate tirades approximately journalism, tradition, weapons, medicines, and the legislation exhibit Thompson’s voice at its fiercest.

Arranged chronologically, and prefaced with Anita Thompson’s relocating account of her husband’s final years, the interviews current Hunter in all his fractured brilliance and supply a superb portrait of his instances.

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