By Hunter S. Thompson
In could 2005 Penguin will post 70 distinctive titles to have a good time the company's seventieth birthday. The titles within the Pocket Penguins sequence are emblematic of the well known breadth of caliber of the Penguin record and may hark again to Penguin founder Allen Lane's imaginative and prescient of fine books for all'. excessive priest of hedonism and godfather of Gonzo journalism, Hunter S. Thompson is popular for his counterculture masterpiece worry and Loathing in Las Vegas, which defined his chemical-addled adventures in Nineteen Seventies the US. Taken from his sensational autobiography country of worry (Penguin, 2004), those items supply hilarious insights into this self-confessed outlaw' together with the time a funny story ended in accusations he was once attempting to homicide Jack Nicholson.
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To have fun its seventieth birthday in 2005, Penguin is publishing 70 Pocket Penguins via authors starting from Homer and Anton Chekhov to F. Scott Fitzgerald and Jamie Oliver. At simply £1.50 each one they stick to Allen Lane's ethos of creating nice writing reasonable and to be had to every person - you can now personal a bit of the Penguin story.
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