A Frolic of His Own

A Frolic of His Own
Gaddis, William

With dazzling wit, William Gaddis brings his unmatched powers of observation and satirical sensibilities to bear on the American legal system. "A Frolic of His Own is a tour de force. It is a profound entertainment. It is scalding and Swiftian . . . darkly hilarious".--The New Republic. 1994 National Book Award winner.


(Fiction, 1994) This novel focuses on history professor, Oscar Crease, and the litigious nature of society.

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