BUNNY MODERN: A Novel

Paperback | March 1, 1999

byDavid Bowman

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The trade paperback edition of David Bowman's prizewinning first novel, Let the Dog Drive, has developed a cult following. Now Bowman's exuberantly praised second novel -- a hard-boiled comedy about love, abduction, and child care, set in a future where electricity has disappeared and fertility is on the wane, but human passions are as messy as ever -- is also in trade paperback.

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Touching on love, abduction and childcare, this unmerciful comedy explores the enigmatic bond between electricity and sex. Set in a future where fertility is on the decline, electricity has vanished, but human passions are as muddled as ever, Bunny Modern is part screwball comedy, part nihilistic postmodern narrative.

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The trade paperback edition of David Bowman's prizewinning first novel, Let the Dog Drive, has developed a cult following. Now Bowman's exuberantly praised second novel -- a hard-boiled comedy about love, abduction, and child care, set in a future where electricity has disappeared and fertility is on the wane, but human passions are as...

David Bowman won New York University's Elmer Holmes Bobst Award for his first novel, Let the Dog Drive. Shortlisted in the Granta "Best American Novelists Under Forty" issue, he has contributed to both analog and hyperspace publications such as the New York Times Book Review and Salon. He lives in New York City.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.62 inPublished:March 1, 1999Publisher:Little, Brown And CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0316102024

ISBN - 13:9780316102025

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Touching on love, abduction and childcare, this unmerciful comedy explores the enigmatic bond between electricity and sex. Set in a future where fertility is on the decline, electricity has vanished, but human passions are as muddled as ever, Bunny Modern is part screwball comedy, part nihilistic postmodern narrative.