Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll by Eric Bogosian [1991 HARDCOVER]
FIRST BOOK CLUB EDITION  HARPER COLLINS
Hardcover with dust jacket in Very Good condition. DJ has some subtle tanning and a few minor edge tears. Book itself looks and reads like new. Cool black leatherette spine w/ red titling. Clean, white, unmarked pages.
In Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, Bogosian uses his brilliantly conceived cast of characters to comment hilariously yet subtly on the larger issues that define our time: the relations between men and women; man's vision of the world and future; and the self-delusion, anxiety, and hatred endemic to modernity.
Eric Bogosian is one of our most innovative and provocative artists, with a unique gift for portraying the currents and idioms of contemporary society. The monologues in Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll form a composite picture of the complex, sometimes alarming state of American culture in the 1990s.