Finding Woodstock by David Tillman

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Having mesmerized us with his poignant memoirs, In the Failing Light, Mr. Tillman returns to his unique brand of humor with Finding Woodstock, a hilarious tale that begins with the foibles of suburban living, then moves to the country where the unlikely hero, Harry Lascome, encounters the remnants of a 60's commune. Seduced by the bucolic life he sees before him, yet still struggling with his desire - his father's desire - to live the elusive American dream, Harry must finally decide what it is he wants in life and what is best for his family.

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Published June 1, 1999 by Essex Press (MA). 256 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Harry Lascome, his wife, Beth, and their two children are just settling into their new home in an unnamed community at the outset of Tillman's (Dinner for Eight) breezy send-up of the charms of suburbia.

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