Divine Right's Trip: A Novel of the Counterculture

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Gnomon, Jan 1, 1990 - Fiction - 311 pages
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Fiction. A "novel of the counterculture," Gurney Norman's DIVINE RIGHT'S TRIP elicited comparison to Salinger and Kerouac upon its publication in 1971. "DIVINE RIGHT'S TRIP shows itself to be a subtly written and morally passionate epic of the counterculture, a fictional explication of the hopeful new consciousness come to birth.Divine Right is bigger than life, and in giving the story thus far of a segment of his generation, in prose nicely threaded between the vernacular and the symbolic, Gurney Norman has shown a noble reach and a healthy grasp." - John Updike

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User Review  - Dominick - Goodreads

Divine Rights trip was much better than I was expecting it to be, at first I thought it was going to be similar to the book Into The Wild but as I read on I realized its much deeper than that. Aside ... Read full review

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User Review  - Malbuff - Goodreads

I haven't read this since 1972 or so, when I followed it page by page, like a newspaper serial, along the right-hand margins of the 'Last Whole Earth Catalog.' When a couple of years later I saw the ... Read full review


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