Gloucestertide - Jonathan Bayliss

Gloucestertide

By Jonathan Bayliss

  • Release Date - Published: 1996-03-16
  • Book Genre: Literary
  • Author: Jonathan Bayliss
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Jonathan Bayliss's groundbreaking fiction - the tetralogy GLOUCESTERMAN - has been compared to the works of Sterne, Melville, Joyce, Broch, and Musil.

Like the other GLOUCESTERMAN novels, Gloucestertide is inventive, good-humored, and thought-provoking. It explores Bayliss's wide-ranging interests including theater, systems, engineering, financial webs, liturgy, railroads, geography, and politics - as well as the challenges of friendship, love, sex, art, and work. The setting is "Dogtown" on "Cape Gloucester" in the 1960s.

The tetralogy is headed by Prologos (1999) and includes the trilogy Gloucesterbook (1992), Gloucestertide (1996), and Gloucestermas (2010). The novels may be read in any order.

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