Product Description Review “A search-and-destroy mission against architectural pretensions . . . a funny book.” ― New York “Full of insight . . . marvelously right.” ― People “Wolfe's delightfully witty biting history of modern architecture is a scintillating high comedy of big money manners and massive manipulation of public taste.” ― Publishers Weekly “No wonder . . . this book is the hottest topic in Manhattan's architectural salons.” ― The New York Times Book Review “Tom Wolfe has squeezed a funny tale out of glass and stone. . . hilarious.” ― The Wall Street Journal “Sharp serpent's-tooth wit useful cultural insight and snazzy zip! pop! writing.” ― Playboy About the Author TOM WOLFE is the author of a dozen books among them such contemporary classics as The Bonfire of the Vanities The Right Stuff and I Am Charlotte Simmons . He lives in New York City.
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