Though Andy Warhol called a a novel, it is more like one seemingly endless, unedited conversation that takes place over 24 hours between the pop artist and an actor. It chronicles one day in the life of Ondine (the conversations were actually recorded over a two-year period) and begins with the actor ingesting amphetamines and ends in an “orgy of exhausted confusion.” a got mixed reviews when it was released in 1968. Some said it was a work of genius while TIME’s reviewer called it 24 hours’ worth of drug-induced schizophrenic chatter.
Top 10 Books with One-Letter Titles
You write a book, you get to the end, and then it's like—meh, I'll just pick one of the letters of the alphabet for the title.