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

Ancient Gonzo Wisdom: Interviews with Hunter S. Thompson

EditorAnita ThompsonIntroduction byChristopher Hitchens

Paperback | July 7, 2009

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Anita Thompson was Hunter S. Thompson's wife and assistant. She is the author of The Gonzo Way, a celebration of Thompson's legacy, and lives in Woody Creek, outside of Aspen, Colorado.
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Title:Ancient Gonzo Wisdom: Interviews with Hunter S. ThompsonFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:July 7, 2009Publisher:Da Capo PressLanguage:English

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Roanoke Times, 8/23 “Thompson may have seemed to treat Q&As like a lark, but he used them to promote an image of himself, increasingly that of a crazed, politically obsessed Yosemite Sam behind a typewriter. That persona is on full display in Ancient Gonzo Wisdom, a career-spanning collection of interviews, transcripts and profiles…Ancient is a solid overview.”Waterbury’s Republican-American, 9/6 “Worthy of being placed on the shelf alongside [Thompson’s] reportage and letters, to put a lie to the image that he was an out of control madman who got by on attitude alone. Indeed, the real lesson upon reading this book is that Thompson was as serious a journalist as we had in this country over the past four decades.”