The Last Picture ShowBook - 1966
- Thalia trilogy - #01]
Self-actualization (Psychology) -- Fiction.
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Thalia is a small town in Texas, with small dreams begging for bigger. With conversations that center around the most recent movie shown at the local movie theater, it's a dagger to the heart of civic life when the theater announces its final screening before closing the doors for good. The story orbits around three high school friends on the verge of adulthood, each armed with their own dreams, none that include Thalia. McMurtry has expertly captured the essence of small town west Texas life in THE LAST PICTURE SHOW (Dell, .75), placing it atop the American canon of classic literature.
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