The Nic Sacco And Bart Vanzetti Of Sacco And Vanzetti Must Die Are Not Exactly The Infamous Anarchists Controversially Sentenced To Death By The United States Government Instead, In This Hilarious First Novel, They Are Silent Film Stars, Slapstick Comedians And This Is The Story Of Their Rise To Fame, From A Seedy New York Vaudeville Club Where They Introduce Their Famous Knife Throwing Gag To Huge Movies And USO Tours Where They Open, With Disastrous Results, For Bob Hope We See Them Deliberating About Who One Will Be Fat, The Other Skinny One Will Be Contemplative, The Other Impulsive They Should Be But Slowly As Slapstick Becomes A Stand In For Anarchic Freedom, As The Characters Grow Out Of Their On Screen Roles, And As Their Careers Decline Amidst Controversy The Fictional Sacco And Vanzetti Begin To Merge With Their Namesakes
Mark Binelli is the author of Detroit City Is the Place to Be and the novels Screamin Jay Hawkins All Time Greatest Hits and Sacco and Vanzetti Must Die as well as a contributing editor at Rolling Stone Born and raised in the Detroit area, he lives in New York City.
- 353 pages
- Sacco And Vanzetti Must Die! (American Literature Series)
- Mark Binelli
- 01 December 2019 Mark Binelli