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  1. Craig Wallwork Craig Wallwork says:

    John Fante came to me by accident It was 2002 and I was on holiday in Greece I’d taken a few books to read and ingested them in the first week I don’t remember the titles which his to say they weren’t very memorable There was another week to go and I had resorted to raiding the local café for any paperbacks left by previous guests Unbeknownst to me my wife had reach the same point four days previous and had taken the only novel left The book was Ask The Dust Rebel Inc paperback version Now resorted to reading the contents of the sun tan lotion bottle I asked her what she was reading and she replied You’d like it It’s about a writer who has shitty luck She also said it reminded her a little of Catcher In The RyeTwo months previous to that holiday I had read Salinger’s pièce de résistance over a cold weekend in a Manchester council flat Upon finishing it I resigned from a long standing job as an editor within a small television company blaming inactivity and job instability for wanting to move on but the truth was I had identified with Holden’s simple view of life especially the need to escape society’s flakiness and live in a log cabin with a mute wife I didn’t want to conform any or be fake I wanted to do what I wanted to do and it felt like Catcher was the permission slip I had been waiting for That night upon returning home fate intervened and my wife and I were offered a house to buy at a very reasonable price I had no job No wage And now no way of acuiring a mortgage The house was a one time deal a way of getting out of the slums and making a fresh start – the responsible thing to do some might say The next day I returned to work with spoon in hand ready to tuck into some humble pie and was reinstated later that afternoon To add to my discomfiture the house deal fell through No book had affected me like Catcher so when my wife mentioned Ask The Dust was similar my appetite was whetted and I spent the next few hours pestering her until she handed it overFante was Salinger but with balls Ask The Dust tells the story of Arturo Bandini a young Italian American from Boulder Colorado Fante’s hometown who moves to LA to try and make it as a writer He is poor and in need of a muse which he finds in both the City of Angels and the self destructive Camilla Lopez a young Mexican waitress It deals with prejudices and madness but above all it deals with love Hopefully some of you will already know of the book and not because it was a movie staring that swaggering Irish dullard Colin Farrell a poor adaptation that was akin to dressing a pit bull terrier in a tutu But instead you may have found the book by accident like I or may have heard about Fante through Bukowski who without his intervention and the sadly missed Black Sparrow Press John Martin’s publishing label Fante may have dipped off the radar forever Yes there is a great sadness behind Fante’s life story which only adds to my respect for him Though now widely regarded as an American Classic at the time of its release Ask The Dust received mixed reviews and sold poorly Added to this Stackpoles and Son the publisher were caught in a legal battle with Adolph Hitler for publishing Mien Kampf without his permission They lost the case and a hefty chunk of change put aside to help promote Fante and his novel Embittered that he was not recognised as one of the most important writers to emerge from America Fante turned to Hollywood writing scripts for the Silver Screen There he stayed until diabetes cost him both legs and eyesight He died in 1983 His funeral was attended by Bukowski and Martin Sheen Regardless of whatever flaws he had whatever aspirations were dashed Fante carried on writing novels completing the Bandini uartet with Wait For Spring Bandini Road To Los Angeles published posthumously and Dreams From Bunker Hill He also wrote the novella West of Rome and 1933 Was a Bad Year I implore you all to seek out Road To Los Angeles Very few novels have me laugh out loud but that is without uestion as funny as it is ballsyI had the pleasure of speaking with John’s son Dan Fante a few times before his death who was an established poet and novelist himself Dan spoke reverently of his father and his work In truth a lot of what Dan wrote about and his style is very reminiscent of John’s work Both John and Dan were huge influences on my early work especially The Sound of Loneliness but for now if you’re struggling to think of a book to take away on holiday this year then try one written by a Fante And if I can ask one thing of you once you’re done with it leave it in a café You never know who’ll it inspire next


  2. Joe Loftus Joe Loftus says:

    On April 2nd I boarded a plane for Ireland West In my suitcase were a handful of shirts and two pairs of jeans the Bandini uartet Trout Fishing in America and The Pour Mouth I was going on holiday alone I was going home to Ireland In the pockets of my jeans were my passport and my debit card I had just been paid £1000 but didn't intend on spending a penny of that on a taxi At Ireland West airport there wasn't a taxi in sight and the buses were on strike Fifteen hour walk it is I told myself triumphantly What followed was the wheeling of my suitcase across a muddy terrain and sticking my thumb out as cars sped by wondering what the fuck this guy was doing walking beside a main road with a suitcase Eventually I was picked up A small and strange guy who was overly friendly He took me to Castlebar and promised if I had a few pints with him he'd take me further to destination As pints are up there with literature masturbating and mediocre sex among my favourite activities in life I uite happily obliged Six Smithwicks and a cheap cheeseburger later and I was on my way Newport One town to go By now rain was falling and night had already fell I stormed like the hero of a great novel into the nearest bar like a man who'd had to hitchhike for most of the day Too much to drink was something I had gotten used to dealing with a few years ago when I was about 15 Too much to drink was something I dealt with on April 2 Smithwicks and Paddy's and 'you know Tony McNeely well he's my uncle and Anthony Mayock is too sure you know my family' then I was on my way Into the darkness of the night with my destination in site No cars about I gave up hitchhiking and a taxi past by Twenty euros to my cottage There I passed out and left the door open Woke up in a cold cottage with no food and no milk Black coffee and Bandini for lunch And so I read and finished The Bandini uartet A great feat Fante sure was an unfortunate fucker One of the most tragic stories in literature Give it a read


  3. David Bouklas David Bouklas says:

    When I found out about John Fante it was like finding a diamond ring with my foot in the oceanI read it up greedily and lingered on the last page sad to be at the end of something greatYou should certainly read John Fante


  4. Peter Peter says:

    This would be without a doubt one of the worst books I have ever read in my life There are about 4 sentences sentences not paragraphs scattered throughout these four works that have any lierary merit The main character is one of the most crudely drawn and despicable characters imaginable and I kept hoping against hope that the author would have the sense to kill him off I finished the whole set on the basis that it could not possibly have garnered any of the good reviews I read without havingsome merit Alas I was disappointed


  5. La pointe de la sauce La pointe de la sauce says:

    Wow An utterly pointless book written by Fante on his death bed Absolutely bland and lacking in vigor despite the random spurts of manic rage against women crabs etc and promptly followed by a demand for forgiveness Fante is a very confused catholic Despite all of this it is an easy read but would not recommend this book to anyone


  6. Geoffrey Rhodes Geoffrey Rhodes says:

    John Fonte was one of the writers of the 30's who got lost in the later years but he is up to par with John Cheever and especially if you're feeling like a fuckup there is something wonderfully comforting about reading his stories of the permanent adolescent artist


  7. Anna Nicolaou Anna Nicolaou says:

    I love John Fante's books I say no


  8. Lisa Clement Lisa Clement says:

    Loved it couldn't put it down


  9. Matteo Matteo says:

    My powerful review isjust 1 wordARTURO BANDINI


  10. Conor Day Conor Day says:

    loved it all of them


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10 thoughts on “The Bandini uartet

  1. Craig Wallwork Craig Wallwork says:

    John Fante came to me by accident It was 2002 and I was on holiday in Greece I’d taken a few books to read and ingested them in the first week I don’t remember the titles which his to say they weren’t very memorable There was another week to go and I had resorted to raiding the local café for any paperbacks left by previous guests Unbeknownst to me my wife had reach the same point four days previous and had taken the only novel left The book was Ask The Dust Rebel Inc paperback version Now resorted to reading the contents of the sun tan lotion bottle I asked her what she was reading and she replied You’d like it It’s about a writer who has shitty luck She also said it reminded her a little of Catcher In The RyeTwo months previous to that holiday I had read Salinger’s pièce de résistance over a cold weekend in a Manchester council flat Upon finishing it I resigned from a long standing job as an editor within a small television company blaming inactivity and job instability for wanting to move on but the truth was I had identified with Holden’s simple view of life especially the need to escape society’s flakiness and live in a log cabin with a mute wife I didn’t want to conform any or be fake I wanted to do what I wanted to do and it felt like Catcher was the permission slip I had been waiting for That night upon returning home fate intervened and my wife and I were offered a house to buy at a very reasonable price I had no job No wage And now no way of acuiring a mortgage The house was a one time deal a way of getting out of the slums and making a fresh start – the responsible thing to do some might say The next day I returned to work with spoon in hand ready to tuck into some humble pie and was reinstated later that afternoon To add to my discomfiture the house deal fell through No book had affected me like Catcher so when my wife mentioned Ask The Dust was similar my appetite was whetted and I spent the next few hours pestering her until she handed it overFante was Salinger but with balls Ask The Dust tells the story of Arturo Bandini a young Italian American from Boulder Colorado Fante’s hometown who moves to LA to try and make it as a writer He is poor and in need of a muse which he finds in both the City of Angels and the self destructive Camilla Lopez a young Mexican waitress It deals with prejudices and madness but above all it deals with love Hopefully some of you will already know of the book and not because it was a movie staring that swaggering Irish dullard Colin Farrell a poor adaptation that was akin to dressing a pit bull terrier in a tutu But instead you may have found the book by accident like I or may have heard about Fante through Bukowski who without his intervention and the sadly missed Black Sparrow Press John Martin’s publishing label Fante may have dipped off the radar forever Yes there is a great sadness behind Fante’s life story which only adds to my respect for him Though now widely regarded as an American Classic at the time of its release Ask The Dust received mixed reviews and sold poorly Added to this Stackpoles and Son the publisher were caught in a legal battle with Adolph Hitler for publishing Mien Kampf without his permission They lost the case and a hefty chunk of change put aside to help promote Fante and his novel Embittered that he was not recognised as one of the most important writers to emerge from America Fante turned to Hollywood writing scripts for the Silver Screen There he stayed until diabetes cost him both legs and eyesight He died in 1983 His funeral was attended by Bukowski and Martin Sheen Regardless of whatever flaws he had whatever aspirations were dashed Fante carried on writing novels completing the Bandini uartet with Wait For Spring Bandini Road To Los Angeles published posthumously and Dreams From Bunker Hill He also wrote the novella West of Rome and 1933 Was a Bad Year I implore you all to seek out Road To Los Angeles Very few novels have me laugh out loud but that is without uestion as funny as it is ballsyI had the pleasure of speaking with John’s son Dan Fante a few times before his death who was an established poet and novelist himself Dan spoke reverently of his father and his work In truth a lot of what Dan wrote about and his style is very reminiscent of John’s work Both John and Dan were huge influences on my early work especially The Sound of Loneliness but for now if you’re struggling to think of a book to take away on holiday this year then try one written by a Fante And if I can ask one thing of you once you’re done with it leave it in a café You never know who’ll it inspire next

  2. Joe Loftus Joe Loftus says:

    On April 2nd I boarded a plane for Ireland West In my suitcase were a handful of shirts and two pairs of jeans the Bandini uartet Trout Fishing in America and The Pour Mouth I was going on holiday alone I was going home to Ireland In the pockets of my jeans were my passport and my debit card I had just been paid £1000 but didn't intend on spending a penny of that on a taxi At Ireland West airport there wasn't a taxi in sight and the buses were on strike Fifteen hour walk it is I told myself triumphantly What followed was the wheeling of my suitcase across a muddy terrain and sticking my thumb out as cars sped by wondering what the fuck this guy was doing walking beside a main road with a suitcase Eventually I was picked up A small and strange guy who was overly friendly He took me to Castlebar and promised if I had a few pints with him he'd take me further to destination As pints are up there with literature masturbating and mediocre sex among my favourite activities in life I uite happily obliged Six Smithwicks and a cheap cheeseburger later and I was on my way Newport One town to go By now rain was falling and night had already fell I stormed like the hero of a great novel into the nearest bar like a man who'd had to hitchhike for most of the day Too much to drink was something I had gotten used to dealing with a few years ago when I was about 15 Too much to drink was something I dealt with on April 2 Smithwicks and Paddy's and 'you know Tony McNeely well he's my uncle and Anthony Mayock is too sure you know my family' then I was on my way Into the darkness of the night with my destination in site No cars about I gave up hitchhiking and a taxi past by Twenty euros to my cottage There I passed out and left the door open Woke up in a cold cottage with no food and no milk Black coffee and Bandini for lunch And so I read and finished The Bandini uartet A great feat Fante sure was an unfortunate fucker One of the most tragic stories in literature Give it a read

  3. David Bouklas David Bouklas says:

    When I found out about John Fante it was like finding a diamond ring with my foot in the oceanI read it up greedily and lingered on the last page sad to be at the end of something greatYou should certainly read John Fante

  4. Peter Peter says:

    This would be without a doubt one of the worst books I have ever read in my life There are about 4 sentences sentences not paragraphs scattered throughout these four works that have any lierary merit The main character is one of the most crudely drawn and despicable characters imaginable and I kept hoping against hope that the author would have the sense to kill him off I finished the whole set on the basis that it could not possibly have garnered any of the good reviews I read without havingsome merit Alas I was disappointed

  5. La pointe de la sauce La pointe de la sauce says:

    Wow An utterly pointless book written by Fante on his death bed Absolutely bland and lacking in vigor despite the random spurts of manic rage against women crabs etc and promptly followed by a demand for forgiveness Fante is a very confused catholic Despite all of this it is an easy read but would not recommend this book to anyone

  6. Geoffrey Rhodes Geoffrey Rhodes says:

    John Fonte was one of the writers of the 30's who got lost in the later years but he is up to par with John Cheever and especially if you're feeling like a fuckup there is something wonderfully comforting about reading his stories of the permanent adolescent artist

  7. Anna Nicolaou Anna Nicolaou says:

    I love John Fante's books I say no

  8. Lisa Clement Lisa Clement says:

    Loved it couldn't put it down

  9. Matteo Matteo says:

    My powerful review isjust 1 wordARTURO BANDINI

  10. Conor Day Conor Day says:

    loved it all of them

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