Coupland


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Coupland

Douglas. born 1961, Canadian novelist and journalist; novels include Generation X (1991), Girlfriend in a Coma (1998), and City of Glass (2000)
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Over the last 20 years or so, since Generation X became a bestseller, Coupland has explored a shallow yet profound territory that's something like Andy Warhol communicated though New Order, bearing Jane Austen's forensic attention to cultural mores.
Coupland was found bleeding heavily at the nearby property business he ran with his wife and sister-in-law in the seaside town near Barcelona.
Yet it was shortlived as Wilson dropped back with a double bogey on the fourth and bogey on the fifth, while Coupland suffered consecutive double bogeys.
We see a definite need for a mid-sized business-oriented agency strictly focused on this sector," says Coupland.
Coupland starred as Sid James's wife, Jean, in Bless This House.
The postmodern intrusion of a character-manipulating Coupland character is disturbing in the wrong way, and the ending feels, well, manipulated.
Coupland spoke from his home in Vancouver, Canada, and--typically for the author of Generation X--the conversation veered off into fascinating tangents covering everything from Mary Tyler Moore to Nigerian spam e-mails.
1 -- color) Dave Stone, left, and Mike Coupland of the state Employment Development Department chat as they wait for veterans at the Antelope Valley Veterans Stand Down of 2006.
Contact: John Coupland, Department of Food Science, Pennsylvania State University, 103 Borland Laboratory, University Park, PA 16802.
Douglas Coupland author of the cult novel 'Generation X' is to perform a rehearsed monologue for the Royal Shakespeare Company's (RSC) New Work Festival.
After seeing Richard Quinn bring home the ten-year-old with two lengths to spare over Bold Ewar, owner-trainer John Coupland said: "When he ran here last October, he was pulled up and was brought back in the horse-ambulance with a heart attack.