Les Clés de Tropic Books de Henry Miller
“I had just made the realization that life is indestructible.”
The Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn by Henry Miller were banned in the United States of America for obscenity reasons that deemed each book as pornographic. This essay opens his books (Les Clés-The Keys) for a brief review and cites the peril of halting freedom of speech and hindering freedom of expression.
When travelling abroad, I acclimate to the local environment and walk Read more [...]
This Five Star-Spangled Book,
A to P, is Raw Americana
"What a wild ride you travel as you read A to P..."
"I found the characters to be relateable..."
"The author keeps your interest piqued throughout with all the different characters!"
Purchase your slice of "American Pie" about "Living in America" and enjoy this dramatic story: A to P
Other Five Star-Spangled Books by Chris Joseph Stancato:
Gas Station Ganja
"A must read for those who enjoy ironic humor."
"It reminds me of small Read more [...]
In Our Darkest Humor
“We are receiving reports from across the West Coast... Cell phone users since this morning have been unable to utilize their phones,” said the news anchor in Los Angeles. The headline would soon be on a daylong cycle of Breaking News.
Footage of people panic-stricken in their homes, with family members involuntarily screaming, sent indiscriminate shock waves throughout the West Coast. These shock waves did not carry a signal to the person of the left or right of them. Read more [...]
As the discussion continues in the United States about Freedom and Expression, Catcher in the Rye, like Great Gatsby, Catch-22, Leaves of Grass, and many others have been recognized by the Library of Congress as "Books that shaped America." Salinger's books accompanied by Salinger, the documentary, have been reviewed with complete freedom.
J.D. Salinger, the recluse author of Catcher in the Rye is revealed through interviews, footage, stories, and his written words Read more [...]
Tibby's Howl of Freedom
“I can’t find Tibby?” a rattled 10 years old girl named Rica said to her mother Britely who was cooking in the kitchen.
Together they frantically ran out of the apartment, down a flight of wet stairs and outside where Rica last saw her dog.
“Which way did she run?” Britely said.
“She saw a black cat, started to bark, and then,” Rica paused to catch her breath, “Tibby jerked and the leash slipped from my hand. I’m sorry momma—I’m sorry!” Rica began Read more [...]