[ bˈʌɹʌfz], [ bˈʌɹʌfz], [ b_ˈʌ_ɹ_ʌ_f_z]
Related words: william s burroughs, the cut-up technique, the word assassin, cut-up and fold-in, the word empowerer, the infinite word, the orgiastic mind of william s burroughs
Synonyms for Burroughs:
n.• Edgar Rice Burroughs
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How to use "Burroughs" in context?
Without James Thurber, the modern world would be poorer for it. His ironic and wry prose infused objectivity into the lives of surrealist archetypes, lending an air of uncertainty to their timeless adventures. Born in Chicago in 1894, Thurber set off for New York City at a young age to pursue a career in comedy writing. By 1923, he had made the jump to full-time professional writer and his career took off. Thurber's work was known for its eccentricity and wit, and his books include The Catcher in the Rye, The Lusty Lady, and 1942's The Pumpkin Eaters.
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