William S. Burroughs, scientologist.(Critical essay) Dolce, Joe

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Dolce, Joe
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Dianetics -- Analysis; Works; Writers -- Criticism and interpretation
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For a flickering moment, in the 1960s, the unlikely orbits of the writer William S. Burroughs and the founder of Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard, intersected. Two more incompatible points of view cannot be imagined, yet, for a short time, there was common ground. What attracted the fiercely independent writer to such an organized - some would say controlling - philosophy of self-development?
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