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The Wild Boys characters Ö 5 ï [PDF] ❤ The Wild Boys Author William S. Burroughs – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk The Wild Boys is a futuristic tale of global warfare in which a guerrilla gang of boys dedicated to freedom battles the organized armies of repressive police states Making full use of his inimitable h The Wild Boys is a futuristicFreedom battles the organized armies of repressive police states Making full use of his inimitable h. William S Burroughs does not like women or at least he did not like his distopian fantasies to contain any flattering versions of them I would not expect a man who shot his wife in the head accidentally while trying to shoot a shot glass off her head while wasted I might add to have any use for women although it is said that he was deeply sorry and remorseful for having accidentally murdered his wife He even says so in his wild distopian world where women are eventually used as surrogates to make wild boys and they have no need to even come remotely in contact with any awful women creatures from the time they are born That being said I still enjoy Burroughs' writing It is engaging and creative and perverse in a way that only Burroughs can be This book is filled with pages and pages of raw sweaty gay male sex but is not without its own sensitivities war violence decadence and drug references This is why I love Burroughs he just said things in a way no one else does and the fact that he does not want any women in his distopian fantasy world filled with young men who are filled with an isatiable lust for each other and a lust for violence really does not bother me one bit This is his fantasy world not mine and I am glad he wrote it down so I could get a glimpse into it We need books like this Books that scare and disgust people but at the same open your mind to a new way of thinking and writing

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Umor wild imagination and style Burroughs creates a world that is as terrifying as it is fascinating. That’s a Burroughs novel alright I could list some adjectives right now to give you a sense of what I mean by that exactly Simply put this novel is twisted crazy fucked up weird sexually explicit extreme simultaneously unreadable and entertaining funny disturbing raw wild satirical avant garde surreal and plenty Burroughs’s unconventional semi dystopian vision is repetitive and occasionally vaguely annoying but it’s also filled to the brim with brilliance and state of the art mindfuckery leading the reader down a pit of unfiltered insanity Alongside its political satire literary experimentation and rebellious spirit are sometimes gross and always explicit descriptions of hardcore homoerotic sexual fantasies that delve into the most bizarre corners of human sexuality and intermingle with surrealistic imagery and the implementation of Burroughs’s famous “cut up” style making these strange fascinating fantasies all the dizzying to read Being rather used to heavily bizarre and explicit sexual content in literature in large part thanks to the other Burroughs works I have read not much in The Wild Boys truly shocked me; however this numbness to the content’s shock value did not stop the memorability and insanity of these seuences from having an impact Getting a glimpse inside the perverted and ingenious mind of William S Burroughs is always a treat overtly shocking or not and this novel does not disappoint It manages to mix surprisingly linear and plot oriented chapters with sections of confusing dreamlike madness with little sense beyond sexual desire or drug induced creativity driving them It’s not his masterpiece but it is a worthy entry in his bibliography that is a must read for those who are as in love with experimental and transgressive fiction as I am

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The Wild BoysThe Wild Boys is a futuristic tale of global warfare in which a guerrilla gang of boys dedicated to. I learned that reading Burroughs on the bus makes me feel incredibly filthy and awkward from this book It could be all the allusions to the smell of rectal mucus or maybe I'm just weird