Sy Safransky Book Set
Many Alarm Clocks and Four in the Morning
Many Alarm Clocks is one man’s attempt to understand himself, his wife, his country, and the human predicament — all before breakfast.
Since Sy Safransky founded The Sun in 1974, his essays have appeared in the magazine. Thirty of his best are collected in Four in the Morning. “This guy is absolutely naked on the printed page,” writes the Asheville Citizen-Times. “No pretension, no elevated ideas, just one man's responses to the world around him and the people he loves.”