3 edition of My American unhappiness found in the catalog.
My American unhappiness
|LC Classifications||PS3602.A593 M9 2010|
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|LC Control Number||2010025837|
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Survey: Americans reach a record level of unhappiness. Monica Torres. Febru If you’re feeling gloomy at work, don’t think that it’s just you. Going Beyond Happiness and Meaning in Life. Two recent surveys suggest that Americans are becoming more unhappy with each passing year. The World Happiness Report says that the U.S. is ranked 19 th in happiness, a decline from previous surveys. A General Social Survey ranks public opinion by country from “1” (not too happy) to “3” (very happy).
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My American Unhappiness "shimmers with mischief and offbeat charm.A dark entertainment infused by a bluesy yearning for a better America." —Kirkus Reviews "Bakopoulos writes with great heart and a cold eye, and his limpid, ironic prose will appeal to those who like the early work of Martin Amis." —Library Journal "My American Unhappiness is a smart, funny, charming novel - an incisive Author: Dean Bakopoulos.
"My American Unhappiness is a smart, funny, charming novel - an incisive critique of the way we live now, but aremed, unlike contemporary satire, with a big, generous heart.
I got addicted to the misadventures of Zeke Pappas. I didn't want the book to end." —Dan Chaon, author of Await Your Reply. "My American Unhappiness is a smart, funny, charming novel - an incisive critique of the way we live now, but aremed, unlike contemporary satire, with a big, generous heart.
I got addicted to the misadventures of Zeke Pappas. I didn't want the book to end."/5(19). “My American Unhappiness is a smart, funny, charming novel – an incisive critique of the way we live now, but aremed, unlike contemporary satire, with a big, generous heart.
I got addicted to the misadventures of Zeke Pappas. I didn’t want the book to end.”—Dan Chaon, author of Await Your Reply. The result is a smart, My American unhappiness book and exceptionally entertaining book.” — Alix Ohlin, author of Babylon and Other Stories “My American Unhappiness is a major accomplishment from one of my generation's finest storytellers, a profoundly funny, moving, beautifully-detailed, and ultimately hopeful portrait of our country in a certain moment.
Its. Readers may react in many different ways to the protagonist of Dean Bakopoulos’ new novel My American Unhappiness, but I’m fairly certain most will end up shaking their heads, either out of disbelief, frustration, or amusement.
Or, if they’re like me, a fair mix of all three. My American Unhappiness NPR coverage of My American Unhappiness by Dean Bakopoulos. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
“My American Unhappiness” is narrated by Zeke Pappas, a twitchy man of late youth infected by class discomfort, higher-education fatigue and liberal guilt.
My American Unhappiness in some ways seeks to illuminate the nation’s post-9/11 malaise, a temporary insanity and depression that affected people more deeply, Zeke might argue, than they’re even aware. On a microcosmic level, Zeke’s family suffers a post-9/11 transformation as well with the death of his father, brother, and wife all.
My American Unhappiness is the a fiction story of Zeke Pappas who is a widowed man working on an oral history of "The Inventory of American Unhappiness." He is the director of the Great Midwestern Humanities Initiative (GMHI).
Zeke's mother and his nieces are living with him/5(3). In Bakopoulos's wan second novel (after Please Don't Come Back from the Moon), Zeke Pappas, the director of a humanities institute in Wisconsin, is conducting an epic survey of American unhappiness, a.
Title: My American Unhappiness Format: Kobo ebook Published: Publisher: HMH Books Language: English The following ISBNs are associated with this title: ISBN - My American Unhappiness, however, was and still is a more playful novel, a dark comedy with numerous references to popular culture and American politics.
A great deal of the material came from my own personal life, and thus the novel was easy to write, particularly because the main character, Zeke, was sort of an amalgamation of all of my worst.
About the Book My American Unhappiness. by Dean Bakopoulos “Why are you so unhappy?” That’s the question that Zeke Pappas, a thirty-three-year-old scholar, asks almost everybody he meets as part of an obsessive project, “The Inventory of American Unhappiness.” The answers he receives—a mix of true sadness and absurd complaint.
Novels about downward spirals and crack-ups are generally gloomy affairs, but here’s one that shimmers with mischief and offbeat charm.
Like his fine debut, Please Don’t Come Back from the Moon (), this author’s second novel acknowledges life’s dark side. Narrator Zeke Pappas is working on a bizarre oral-history project called An Inventory of American : Dean Bakopoulos. Despite its title, My American Unhappiness is archly funny, a mix of deadpan sarcasm, whiskey-sodden one-liners, and over-the-top dramatics—the sort of outrageous behavior that makes you both cringe and chuckle in disbelief that smart people can make such astoundingly stupid decisions.
Bad choices and histrionics aside, Zeke is a lovable lost. Get this from a library. My American unhappiness. [Dean Bakopoulos] -- A clairvoyant when it comes to the Starbucks orders of strangers, a quixotic renegade when it comes to the federal bureaucracy, and a devoted believer in the afternoon cocktail and the evening binge.
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Excerpted from My American Unhappiness by Dean Bakopoulos, copyright. unhappiness definition: 1. the quality of being sad or not satisfied: 2. the quality of being sad or not satisfied.
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