3 edition of The night of the gun found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HV5805.C356 A3 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||2008012178|
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"The Night of the Gun, is the fierce, funny, disturbing, brutally honest, and ultimately uplifting story of Carr's decent into a self-inflicted hell and a bumpy return to life. Part investigative page-turner, part redemption song, part meditation on the mercurial nature of memory, The Night of the Gun pulls a besmirched genre out of the gutter Cited by: 3.
I liked the concept of this book, the idea of using journalistic methods to really explore the truth in an addiction memoir. I found the book repetitive, the great revelation of "the night of the gun" and the truth that is uncovered is at the very beginning of the book.
Much of the rest feels like a restatement of this central point/5. "The Night of the Gun is about as dark and murky as dark and murky get. And though it is one of the most eloquent accounts of the seduction and snare of addiction, what's gotten lost in the water-cooler discussion about Carr's misadventures -- including drug peddling as well as his bout with cancer -- is that this book, in its sharp, serrated prose, is a meditation on how memory Released on: J The book gets its title from an evening gone even more wrong than most, when Carr remembers being in such a rage that a close friend drew a gun on him; after reporting the incident out, he.
The Night of the Gun: A reporter investigates the darkest story of his life. His own. - Kindle edition by Carr, David.
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Carr's investigation of his own history reveals that his odyssey through addiction, recovery, cancer, and life as a single parent was far more harrowing /5(). Friday Night Knife & Gun Club (Kit Carson's Knife & Gun Club Book 1) - Kindle edition by Collison, L.S., Roberts, Albert.
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The Night of the Gun is a redemption tale that is extremely funny, disturbing and philisophical. David Carr's need for brutal honesty about his history and his awareness of of the kaleidoscopic nature of our memories leads him to employ his skills as a journalist to investigate his past as a drug abuser turned father.4/5(12).
David Carr talked about his book The Night of the Gun: A Reporter Investigates the Darkest Story of His Life - His book recounts his addiction to crack-cocaine and alcohol and the. Indeed, it's the question that prospective readers of "The Night of the Gun", Carr's warts-and-all memoir, will have to consider because this is that book.
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Given the recent run of memoirs whose astonishing exploits and lurid tales ended up being false, it's not surprising journalist David Carr takes extraordinary steps to ensure the credibility of his own shocking new work, The Night of the book vividly details the New York Times media and business columnist's descent into drug addiction and the battle to recover from both that.
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Septem Page One: Inside the New York Times documentary filmBorn: David Michael Carr, September 8. THE NIGHT OF THE GUN A REPORTER INVESTIGATES THE DARKEST STORY OF HIS LIFE.
His book is based on dozens of recently taped interviews with everyone from his parents to drug dealers, and it includes photocopies of arrest reports, clinical observations and even rejection letters from national editors.
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His own." by David Carr available from Rakuten Kobo. From David Carr (–), the “undeniably brilliant and dogged journalist” (Entertainment Weekly) and author of the i /5. Find books like The Night of the Gun from the world’s largest community of readers.
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