When Flats and Quake were published, the sixties were ending, and these novels can be said to chronicle the death of a dream. Wurlitzer speaks about his collaboration with Sam Peckinpah on Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, as well as how American culture changed as the seventies took their toll. (Part I)
Rudolph Wurlitzer, Part II
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