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Roy's "The Laundromat Poet" is a collection of his last two years of emotional struggles, trying to reconcile his military service with his morality and observations of the current state of affairs of modern American society. His transformations and, ultimately, his path towards self-accomplishment and identity is inspired by his love affairs which transform him and his writing. Fluctuating between robust feelings of romance and anger, desire and self-fulfillment, nihilism and stoicism; "The Laundromat Poet" is a must-read on what it means to deconstruct one's inner turmoils to produce, instead, beautiful works of art.

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Item Size:0.31 x 8 x 8 inches
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