Drop City (novel)

Drop City is a 2003 novel by American author T. Coraghessan Boyle. The novel, set in 1970, describes the social evolution of a group of counter-cultural free spirits, not unlike the inhabitants of the real Drop City community in Colorado, from which the novel apparently takes its name. However, Boyle's fictional group initially live in California and later move to a remote part of Alaska, and the group shares many qualities with the real Sonoma County Morning Star commune.[1] The novel was a finalist for the 2003 National Book Award.

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AuthorT. C. Boyle
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
PublisherViking Press
Publication date
February 24, 2003
Media typePrint (hardback & paperback)
Pages464 p.
ISBN0-670-03172-0
OCLC49743603
813/.54 21
LC ClassPS3552.O932 D76 2003

Book information

Drop City by T. C. Boyle

  • Hardcover - ISBN 0-670-03172-0 (First edition, February 24, 2003) published by Viking Press
  • Paperback - ISBN 0-14-200380-8 (January 27, 2004) published by Penguin Books

References

  1. ^ Matthews, Mark (2012). Droppers: America's First Hippie Commune, Drop City. University of Oklahoma Press. p. 9. ISBN 080618308X.

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