By Robert Coover
From Hollywood B-movies to Hollywood classics, an evening on the video clips invents what may have occurred in those Saturday afternoon matinees. Mad scientists, vampires, cowboys, dance-men, Chaplin, and Bogart, all flit throughout Robert Coover's riotously humorous monitor, doing issues and uttering strains which are as stunning to them as they're humorous to the reader. As Coover's application pronounces, you'll get Coming points of interest, The Weekly Serial, experience, Comedy, Romance, and extra, yet grew to become upside-down and inside-out.
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Out there somewhere. If he was here yet. Hank knew what he had to do. A man makes his own life, okay, but once it's made, it's made. (The wanted unwanted Mexican he stands himself at the bar. He laughs and laughs and he drinks. He is short to the extremity, nor is he lean. Squat. Squat she is the word, and dark with brown eyes like liquid. No severe. No honest. Hee hee hee! The Mexican laughs and laughs. Honest! He carries his pants and his belt of the gun low, under his marvelous world of the bouncing belly, and when he laughs he reveals teeth of the purest gold.
A couple swirl past, arms linked, singing at the tops of their voices. There is something startling about this. The sky darkens as though before a storm. A richly dressed lady exits the bus, followed by her Negro servant. The Indian leaps, a knife between his teeth. Someone is crying. It is a man, seated at a dinner table with his family, seen through an open doorway. The martial music augments as a marching band comes down the street, trumpets blaring. The Negro servant lifts down several valises, trunks, and hatboxes.
In the loft, the plump preacher he is lamenting softly for their lost and losing souls. "Dear Father! " Ah, the childrens! How they all adore their Don Pedo! For Don Pedo he is indeed adorable! True, true! ) Sheriff Harmon reined up his sweat-streaked roan outside the small white-frame church and, swinging lightly to the ground, hitched the horse to a post. 11:50. He jogged in long lean strides up to the big double door of the church, removed his wide-brimmed hat, swept back his white hair. A red impression along his brow marked where the hat had sat.
A Night at the Movies, or, You Must Remember This by Robert Coover