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Praise for In the Shadow of King Saul "Accessible and brimming with erudition. . . . Charyn writes with passionate precision about writers, films and filmmakers, about Ne…w York's marginalized classes, and all manner of cultural icons. . . . [He] deftly blends the stories of his own life with the stories of those whose ordeals, failures, and victories hold special meaning for him as symptomatic of the American experience. . . . Wherever he takes us, Charyn's mind is always agile, and his prose is stunningly electric." --Jewish Book Council "Powerful. . . . Charyn composes an autobiography of essays, sharing lessons learned from a lifetime of love for leading ladies, literature and language." --Shelf Awareness for Readers "Lively essays. . . . A very personal view of the past artfully brought to vivid life." --Kirkus Reviews "Deeply personal. . . . Readers will delight in encountering Charyn's New York City. . . . From his ruminations on seeing classic studio-era films during his South Bronx childhood in the 1940s and '50s to an account of a day spent with Mayor Ed Koch in the mid-'80s, Charyn's prose enchants. . . . Longtime fans and those new to Charyn's work alike will enjoy this distinctive glimpse into one author's influences." --Publishers Weekly "A valuable collection, both an effective primer for readers new to Charyn's work and an intriguing read for those already familiar, showing off his skills as a memoirist and a culture writer in equal measure." --Foreword Reviews "[Charyn] is a writer of great passion, lyric and empathy. . . . These essays flow from the page with realism and from an author who knows the truth." --North of Oxford "In [Charyn's] enchanting writing, the glory is in the details." --Comics Grinder "With his customary linguistic verve and pulsing imagination, Charyn serves up here some of the tastiest essay writing available. He knows and loves New York past and present, and he draws on a lifetime of raucous experience and dedicated reading for a rich, heady, satisfying brew." --Phillip Lopate Select Praise for Jerome Charyn "Jerome Charyn is one of the most important writers in American literature." --Michael Chabon "One of our finest writers. . . . Whatever milieu [Charyn] chooses to inhabit, . . . his sentences are pure vernacular music, his voice unmistakable." --Jonathan Lethem "Charyn, like Nabokov, is that most fiendish sort of writer, so seductive as to beg imitation, so singular as to make imitation impossible." --Tom Bissell "Among Charyn's writerly gifts is a dazzling energy. . . . [He is] an exuberant chronicler of the mythos of American life." --Joyce Carol Oates, New York Review of Books "Charyn skillfully breathes life into historical icons." --New Yorker "Both a serious writer and an immensely approachable one, always witty and readable." --Washington Post "Absolutely unique among American writers." --Los Angeles Times "A contemporary American Balzac." --Newsday read more
'The Art of Time Travel is sure-footed, subtle, and open-minded - qualities one might expect from an author so insistent on the importance of perspective. Indeed the pers…pectives it offers will help develop the concerns that are moving to centre stage in 21st-century Australia, and enhance a sense of attachment to this land. It is a major work.' --Jim Davidson, the Age 'Greatly enriches our understanding of Australia past and present ... the book teems with fresh insights. Griffiths poses searching questions, which yield illuminating and often exhilarating answers.' --Ken Inglis AO, award-winning author and historian 'Suitable for lovers of Australian history, biography and culture, The Art of Time Travel is a graceful and lively work animated by Griffiths' experience and enthusiasm' --Books+Publishing 'Events happen, but history doesn't write itself. By exploring the intellectual and emotional backstories of fourteen people who have crafted Australian history, Tom Griffiths shows how and why it is done. In the process, he has created a beautiful work of history.' --Julianne Schultz AM Faha, founding editor of Griffith Review 'If the past is a foreign country, Tom Griffiths makes the perfect travelling companion. Erudite but honest. Generous yet discerning. Warm, perceptive and nothing if not elegant. Let him be your eyes and ears on our shared history. Most of all, follow his heart.' --Clare Wright, author, historian and winner of the Stella Prize 'The Art of Time Travel should be in every school and library. I would design a senior history course out of it. In fact, I'd tell all students, no matter their disciplines, that if they were to imagine "the epic poem" of Australia, "the truest of histories", they might start with this book.' --Barry Hill, the Monthly 'A rare feat of imagination and generosity. No other historian has so eloquently and powerfully conveyed history's allure. The Art of Time Travel will remain relevant for decades to come.' --Mark McKenna, award-winning author and historian 'Intriguing' --Sunday Territorian 'An enthralling account of the intellectual rediscovery of Australia by fourteen of its most innovative explorers, vividly brought to life by a gifted interpreter. Tom Griffiths' lyrical prose is mesmerizing in its mastery of Australia's conjunctures of land and lineage, history and memory, fact and fable.' --David Lowenthal, University College London 'Tom Griffiths has the rare, reconciling capacity to envisage Australian history as a symphony, created by many voices - the discordant as well as the harmonious - that tells an evolving, bracing story of who we are. Essential reading.' --Morag Fraser AM 'An historian at the height of his powers. This is book is not only a meditation on the past, but a rallying cry for the future, in which Australia's history might be a source of both unflinching self-examination and poetic wonder.' --Brigid Hains, editorial director, Aeon Magazine 'Griffiths' luminous new work underlines the inarguable point that if we are truly to understand our history, we must get to know those who wrote it. A must-read for anyone interested in Australia's past.' --Tim Flannery 'The Art of Time Travel is in fact a manifesto for a new understanding of Australia, a new sense of country.' --Nicolas Rothwell, Australian read more