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Sep 21, 2019 - 00:29 AM By Stan Hayes

In 1946, a strapping, steel eyed New Yorker punctures Bisque BIS kew , Georgia s self satisfied small town stupor Moses Kubielski s steaming Buick limousine has stranded him there, and Jack Mason escorts the exotic stranger to Hotel Bisque, introducing him to his mother Serena, the manager Poleaxed by desire, Moses pursues her Yankee style, buying a movie house on the sIn 1946, a strapping, steel eyed New Yorker punctures Bisque BIS kew , Georgia s self satisfied small town stupor Moses Kubielski s steaming Buick limousine has stranded him there, and Jack Mason escorts the exotic stranger to Hotel Bisque, introducing him to his mother Serena, the manager Poleaxed by desire, Moses pursues her Yankee style, buying a movie house on the spot and giving notice that, for him, the old ways are just that.Committed to returning to New York and succeeding as a sculptor, Serena deflects Moses marriage proposal, and passion gives way to a sex sprinkled friendship Moses and her father become partners in a beer distributorship, and he settles onto the fringe of Bisque s bourgeoisie Gradually assuming a pivotal role in Jack s life, he shows him, time and again, how a finger is stuck in the eye of the establishment.As tightening security around the plutonium spawning Savannah River Project threatens to reveal his past, Moses dusts off the skills he acquired as an espionage agent to insure that the fruits of his Bisque burghership are secured for the boy Jack, not yet twenty, joins the man he s come to love in the commission of a crime that promises to make him rich.
  • Title: The Rough English Equivalent
  • Author: Stan Hayes
  • ISBN: 9780595245796
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback

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Stan Hayes Sep 21, 2019 - 00:29 AM
Not my review, but that of a readerHaving chanced across this book's web site during a Google search, I bought it on the strength of Thomas Mcguane's endorsement. His off-center humor's been a longtime addiction of mine, and I figured that if he got "hours of amusement" from it, so would I. Well, I didn't know what I was getting myself into; this guy Hayes' mind certainly shares a quirk or two with McGuane's, but they definitely feed in different pastures. The Rough English Equivalent shares ton [...]
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Dee Ann Sep 21, 2019 - 00:29 AM
Here's a book that you'll literally hate to put down. I'm a Southerner, and the dialects, scenes and characters are absolutely spot-on. Another review chides Hayes for lots of sex and good-ol'-boyness, and says he "jumps around from 1st to 3rd person," etc. Unreadable? I guess she's not read much Faulkner, or much history either; I love the way Hayes sets Yankee and Southern cultures nose to nose in historic perspective to show what can often be uncomfortable truths about how we are the way we a [...]
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Stan Hayes Sep 21, 2019 - 00:29 AM
From one of my typically enthusiastic readers on This story has quite a few memorable characters, not the least of whom is Flx the Goshawk. Befriending Jack on the first day that he's separated from his Father, he remains his supernatural sounding board- or is he an alter ego? throughout the years of his growing up. On whichever side of this question you may decide to come down, I'll bet that you end up wishing that you'd had a Flx of your own to guide you through the pitfalls of growing up, to [...]
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Jolie Sep 21, 2019 - 00:29 AM
This was a confusing book. The storyline, the flow of the story (went from 1st person to 3rd person and jumped from person to person perspective without warning). Also, it was written an almost unreadable (at times) Southern dialect. There really wasn't a plot. Just alot of sex and following of good ole boys. Will I read it again: Probably not. Like I said above, book is just too confusing for me.
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The Rough English Equivalent By Stan Hayes In 1946, a strapping, steel eyed New Yorker punctures Bisque BIS kew , Georgia s self satisfied small town stupor Moses Kubielski s steaming Buick limousine has stranded him there, and Jack Mason escorts the exotic stranger to Hotel Bisque, introducing him to his mother Serena, the manager Poleaxed by desire, Moses pursues her Yankee style, buying a movie house on the sIn 1946, a strapping, steel eyed New Yorker punctures Bisque BIS kew , Georgia s self satisfied small town stupor Moses Kubielski s steaming Buick limousine has stranded him there, and Jack Mason escorts the exotic stranger to Hotel Bisque, introducing him to his mother Serena, the manager Poleaxed by desire, Moses pursues her Yankee style, buying a movie house on the spot and giving notice that, for him, the old ways are just that.Committed to returning to New York and succeeding as a sculptor, Serena deflects Moses marriage proposal, and passion gives way to a sex sprinkled friendship Moses and her father become partners in a beer distributorship, and he settles onto the fringe of Bisque s bourgeoisie Gradually assuming a pivotal role in Jack s life, he shows him, time and again, how a finger is stuck in the eye of the establishment.As tightening security around the plutonium spawning Savannah River Project threatens to reveal his past, Moses dusts off the skills he acquired as an espionage agent to insure that the fruits of his Bisque burghership are secured for the boy Jack, not yet twenty, joins the man he s come to love in the commission of a crime that promises to make him rich.

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