Bonnie and Clyde: Romeo and Juliet in a Getaway Car
Weaving the saga of the Barrow Gang reminded me of sewing a good old American patchwork quilt haphazardly. Wherever there was true Arlo Guthrie Americana, there was also the danger of rebellion running through the threads. Bonnie's buoyancy and Clyde's fierce pride these were the needles used to sew together this story. But, reliable patterns were necessary in fitting the story to a quality shape and size. To the following excellent resources I turned for advice:
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