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Nowhere Man The Final Days of John Lennon (Paperback)

Author:  Robert Rosen
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0932551513
ISBN-13: 9780932551511
Sku: 31007694
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8.5H x 5.25L x 0.75T
Pages:  208
Age Range:  NA
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Shortly after John Lennon's murder in 1980, Robert Rosen was given access to Lennon's personal journals chronicling the reclusive last five years of his life. Haunted by the journals, Rosen interviewed key figures from Lennon's final years, visited the important locations from his life story, and pieced together the historical record to interpret his personal reflections from the Dakota years. The portrait that emerges is a life in turmoil, as Lennon vacillates between fame and reclusiveness, indulgence and asceticism. Each chapter offers a glimpse into different aspects of Lennon's life, including parenthood, drug use, his relationship with Yoko Ono, and esoteric and religious explorations. "Entertainingly salacious." -- Booklist "Nowhere Man is a gripping read that no Lennon fan will be able to resist." -- The Times (London)
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Shortly after John Lennon's murder in 1980, Robert Rosen was given access to Lennon's personal journals chronicling the reclusive last five years of his life. Haunted by the journals, Rosen interviewed key figures from Lennon's final years, visited the important locations from his life story, and pieced together the historical record to interpret his personal reflections from the Dakota years. The portrait that emerges is a life in turmoil, as Lennon vacillates between fame and reclusiveness, indulgence and asceticism. Each chapter offers a glimpse into different aspects of Lennon's life, including parenthood, drug use, his relationship with Yoko Ono, and esoteric and religious explorations. "Entertainingly salacious." - Booklist "Nowhere Man is a gripping read that no Lennon fan will be able to resist." - The Times (London)A portrait of the final years of John Lennon's life is based on his journals and interviews with those closest to him, in a volume that discusses his views on parenting, drugs, relationship with Yoko Ono, and contrasting private and public life. Reprint.
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This controversial account focuses on John Lennon's life from 1975 to '80, his final five years in which he and Yoko Ono dropped out of the public spotlight to raise their son, Sean. Author Robert Rosen, who claims to have read Lennon's private, unpublished diaries, asserts that Lennon was a schizophrenic, who contemplated suicide in between delusions of being Jesus Christ.

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Times (London)
"Nowhere Man is a gripping read that no Lennon fan will be able to resist." - Nigel Williamson 5/27/00

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0208
Product attributePublisher:   Quick American Archives
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