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A 1947 review of William Saroyan's war novel, The Adventures of Wesley Jackson:

"What makes the novel good is what makes Saroyan good. In this case his wonderful satires on army life, wangling , and the weird fauns of his private universe. What makes it bad is the overdose of soliloquies, hymns and plain mutterings on love, death life and the appeasement of divine wrath by means of scapegoat."

Click here to read a very funny biographical article by William Saroyan. It was written in 1940,

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A Review of Saroyan's  <i>The Adventures of Wesley Jackson</i><BR>(Rob Wagner's Script, 1947)

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