2 edition of The Committee on Town Happiness found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||Alan Michael Parker|
|LC Classifications||PS3566.A674738 C66 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
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The Committee on Town Happiness consists of ninety-nine linked stories about disappearing townsfolk. Air balloons are launched to search for the missing, galas proliferate, laws are imposed ad absurdum, and a guerilla group forms as the Committee shapes the future of small-town America in this biting examination of modern bureaucracy/5(7).
The Committee on Town Happiness consists of ninety-nine linked stories about disappearing townsfolk. Air balloons are launched to search for the missing, galas proliferate, laws are imposed ad absurdum, and a guerilla group forms as the Committee shapes the future of small-town America in this biting examination of modern bureaucracy/5.
The Committee on Town Happiness is happy indeed to make our happy lives even happier, and to this end its members vote on a constant stream of issues reflecting their concerns.
This slim novel contains almost chapters, and in about two-thirds of them a vote is taken on something or : Alan Michael Parker. A lyrical and funny look at democracy and bureaucracy, The Committee on Town Happiness consists of ninety-nine linked stories about disappearing townsfolk.
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Not a conventional novel, the main character is the Committee, a group of small-town people trying to legislate happiness in a world where people can go over the edge and disappear. Each short chapter is both a scene and a prose poem, as the Committee meets to discuss measures that may add to the happiness of the town or eliminate conditions the Committee deems undesirable/5(7).
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