Since its launch 70 years ago, Alcoholics Anonymous has sparked hot debate. John Sutherland, a professor of English literature and a recovering drunk, examines the exotic mutation of the movement in the hothouse atmosphere of southern California.
Since its launch 70 years ago, Alcoholics Anonymous has sparked hot debate. IN AA to LA, John Sutherland examines the exotic mutation of the movement in the hothouse atmosphere of southern California. This book is part-reportage, part-confession - a study of AA as it has evolved alongside the Dream Factory of Hollywood, laced with personal testimony from two generations of Sutherlands who have passed through it. When it comes to cleaning up, West is best - or at least more fun...
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John Sutherland is Lord Northdiffe Professor of Modern English Literature at UCI, and a visiting professor at the California Institute of Technology. A recovering drunk, he is the author of many, many books.
Last Drink to La by John Sutherland
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