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Provides intimate details about and insights into the life of the eccentric writer and subject of The Gonzo Way through a collection of stories and interviews telling of Thompson's many unique experiences, including receiving a beating from the Hells Angels and running for the position of sheriff of Aspen. Original.
- Format: Paperback
- ISBN-13: 9780306816512
- Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation
- Published: July 2009
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For forty years, renegade journalist Hunter S. Thompson traveled America, taking part in, while simultaneously documenting, the changing cultural landscape. A free-spirited visionary, Thompson was a founding father of 'Gonzo Journalism,' and through his work, he captured the loss of American innocence during the latter part of the twentieth century. In 'The Gonzo Way,' Anita Thompson tells the gripping story of her late husband's life, work, and strongly-held beliefs. Including interviews from those who knew him best - Tom Wolfe, George McGovern, and more - this compact volume offers unprecedented insight into the life and times of a man who influenced an entire generation.
- Format: Hardcover
- ISBN-13: 9781555916220
- Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
- Published: August 2007