Interzone portrays the development of Burroughs's mature writing style by presenting a selection of pieces from the mid-1950s. His outrageous tone of voice represents the exorcism of four decades of oppressive sexual and social conditioning. Burroughs's close observations of humanity - its ugliness and ignorance - invites the reader to dispense with their traditional notions of decorum, and taste the world as he sees it.
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Review: InterzoneUser Review - Philip Same - Goodreads
I am convinced, now, that Burroughs, (It would be foul of me to claim this true for each of his works), is by and large more intriguing in principal than he is in practice. Perhaps it is me, my ... Read full review
Review: InterzoneUser Review - Kevin Cole - Goodreads
Interesting for Burroughs fans to see the switch from writing straight narrative to the Burroughs we all know and love or hate. Read full review