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Saw Saw is a milestone novel of the seventies It is the first work of fiction ever to hide a hippopotamus For the first time what has come to be recognized as a common modern neurosis astronaut angst ge

  • Title: Saw
  • Author: Steve Katz
  • ISBN: 9781573660464
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saw is a milestone novel of the seventies It is the first work of fiction ever to hide a hippopotamus For the first time what has come to be recognized as a common modern neurosis, astronaut angst, gets full play in the fictional universe For the first time anywhere in the history of fiction, in one of the most passionate encounters ever written, Eileen mates with a SphSaw is a milestone novel of the seventies It is the first work of fiction ever to hide a hippopotamus For the first time what has come to be recognized as a common modern neurosis, astronaut angst, gets full play in the fictional universe For the first time anywhere in the history of fiction, in one of the most passionate encounters ever written, Eileen mates with a Sphere Solid geometry finally has a face The Cylinder is a nemesis, and its terrifying accomplishments roll on like a nightmare for this astronaut This is a work of science fiction, geometric fiction, irrefutable fact and gourmand fantasies.

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    1. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis on said:

      ETA :: SICK!!!__________________Four Katz and Katz HimselfIntroducing Euphrates ::Introducing Tigris ::Introducing Georg ::And you all know Finnegan already ::And, as promised, Katz Himself ::I’m sure no one will give me voice or vote, but I think any one of my Katz would serve better as The Astronaut than would Mr Katz. And, to be clear, I have no knowledge as to the reason that Saw is called “Saw” except that the working title was all too direct.Steve Katz is Creamy & Delicious. He h [...]

    2. MJ Nicholls on said:

      Saw, you say? I see Saw, I hee-haw. You see Saw, you hee-haw? Say, you saw Saw, no hee-haw? I say Saw, you see, hee-haw, you may say Saw, you no hee-haw. Saw’lright.

    3. A. D. Jameson on said:

      SAW is one of the best novels I have ever read. It deserves to be considered among the great novels of the late 60s / early 70s, alongside John Cheever's BULLET PARK, Rudy Wurlitzer's NOG, Philip K. Dick's THE THREE STIGMATA OF PALMER ELDRITCH, and Barry Malzberg's GALAXIES. It is totally far-out! I wish more people knew about this book, but maybe it is destined only for those special few who are willing to read something that can totally destroy, then rebuild them as a person?

    4. Brent Legault on said:

      This is the very definition of hippy-dippy. Do you remember Laugh-In? (Or were you too stoned?) Well, youtube it for five or so minutes and you will have suffered through something similar to what Saw does, minus the laughter. There is no intentional laughter in Saw, only the unintended kind, and even that is on a laugh track, faintly heard. Saw may have had a fresh sensibility upon its initial publication (1972?), but since then, Saw hasn't seen better days.

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