A Confederacy of Dunces MP3

Audio Book (CD) | December 1, 1998

byJohn Kennedy Toole

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Enter one of the most memorable characters in recent American fiction: Ignatius J. Reilly, an obese, self-absorbed, hapless Don Quixote of the French Quarter, whose half-hearted attempts at employment lead to a series of wacky adventures among the denizens of New Orleans' lower depths.

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Enter one of the most memorable characters in recent American fiction: Ignatius J. Reilly, an obese, self-absorbed, hapless Don Quixote of the French Quarter, whose half-hearted attempts at employment lead to a series of wacky adventures among the denizens of New Orleans' lower depths.

John Kennedy Toole was born in New Orleans in 1937 and graduated from Tulane University. He earned a master's degree from Columbia University. While in high school, he wrote a humor column and a novel, The Neon Bible. He later taught at Hunter College in Manhattan, the University of Southwestern Louisiana, and St. Mary's Dominican Coll...

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Format:Audio Book (CD)Dimensions:7.54 × 5.28 × 0.6 inPublished:December 1, 1998Publisher:Blackstone AudioLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0786183101

ISBN - 13:9780786183104

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"A masterwork of comedy. The novel astonishes with its inventiveness; it lives in the play of its voices. A Confederacy of Dunces is nothing less than a grand comic fugue." New York Times Book Review