The Universal Baseball Association, Inc., J. Henry Waugh, Prop

Literary Fiction

Author: Robert Coover

A satirical fable with a rootless and helpless accountant as the protagonist. Alone in his apartment, he spends all his nights and weekends playing an intricate baseball game of his own invention. The author has won the William Faulkner Award and an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award…..Read More

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