Nowhere Man

Nowhere Man

The Final Days of John Lennon

Book - 2002
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Each chapter of Nowhere Man offers a glimpse into different aspects of Lennon's life, including John's relationship with Yoko, parenthood, drug use, and his pseudoscientific, esoteric and religious forays. The portrait that emerges is a life during a time of turmoil that is just reaching creative renewal, only to be cut short by an act of delusional violence.Rosen's work reveals a very human side of this beloved cultural icon, giving the reader a compelling account of John's solitarystruggle to create a meaningful life in the glaring spotlight of fame. The addition of photos throughout the book places the reader in Lennon's environs, adding a strong visual dimension.
Publisher: Oakland, Calif. : Quick American Archives, 2002.
Edition: First North American pbk. edition
ISBN: 9780932551511
0932551513
Characteristics: xii, 225 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.

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