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A Crack Up at the Race Riots

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Language  English
Pages  192 pp
Dewey Decimal  813/.54 21
Originally published  6 April 1998
Genre  Novel
OCLC  37705311
3.8/5 Goodreads

Media type  Print (Paperback)
ISBN  0-385-48588-3
LC Class  PS3561.O658 C7 1998
Author  Harmony Korine
Country  United States of America
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A Crack Up at the Race Riots is a novel written by Harmony Korine, writer of such cult films as Kids and Spring Breakers. He is also writer/director of Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy, Mister Lonely, and Trash Humpers. The book was released in 1998 and had been taken out of print, however a new edition has been published by Drag City.

Legacy

  • Indie rock band Hope of the States named a song on their 2004 debut album The Lost Riots after the novel, however due to unspecified legal reasons, the song could not be included in the track listing. Despite this, the song was made available as a hidden track on the album, accessible by letting the last track play or by fast-forwarding ten minutes.
  • In February 2014 it was announced that, according to Sidney and Thurman Sewell (who portrayed the ATL twins in Korine's Spring Breakers), James Franco was reportedly to star as a Ku Klux Klan leader in a possible film adaptation of the novel.
  • References

    A Crack Up at the Race Riots Wikipedia


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