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"Independence Day" 1
"Man of La Mangia" 11
"Della Cinnea and Roachinante" 21
"The Minister and the Rabbi" 27
"The Blessing" 39
"Rowdy Teenagers" 45
"The Trooper and the Game Warden" 59
"Several Minor Encounters" 65
"The Hitchhiker" 79
"Repairing the Cesspool" 85
"IRS Agents" 91
"The Windmill" 103
"Ron Coyote Battles the Army" 109
"Pancho Finds a Home" 119
"Hippie Trespassers" 125
"The Cape Cod Brandy" 137
"Sodom, Gommorah and Philadelphia" 145
"Judge Hawthorne" 159
"Cellblock Chaos" 167
"The Hotel Reservation" 175
"Devils and Angels" 181
"The Puritan House" 175
"Pancho Gets Lucky" 199
"Cervantes Restaurant" 207
"The Zany Food Fight" 213
"The Church Inferno" 227
"The Hat of Miracles" 233
"The Vagabond" 241
"Club Tropicana" 247
"The Soviet Mayflower" 257
"The Pilgrim Gang" 263
"The Marv Allen Show" 283
"The Power Failure" 283
"The Fake Suicide" 295
"The Philadelphia Mafia" 299
"Marco Watsonia" 303
"Pancho's Capture" 317
"The Visitation" 321
"Philadelphia International Airport" 327
"Abnormal GI's" 333
"The Undeserted Island" 343
"Cannibals and Militants" 355
"The Curse of Juan Melendez" 365
"Della Cinnea's Secret Lover" 377
"Kessler Mom Oriole Hospital" 385
"The Invitation" 395
"The Ferry Ride" 403
"Ron Coyote's Great Plan" 411
"Back to Hammonia" 423
"Last Will and Testament" 431
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Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia
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Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia is adult literature featuring adult humor and content. The work is a satire/parody on Miguel Cervantes' Don Quixote, published in 1605. Under its humorous surface, the novel is a funny but important analysis of the decline of WASP morality in America.
Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia (384 pages, $6.95 download in Adobe Reader, Microsoft Reader and Mobipocket Universal pdf) is risque adult literature featuring adult humor, language and content. The work is a zany satire/parody of Miguel Cervantes' Don Quixote, which was published in 1605. Author Jay Dubya assumes a second unique pseudonym, Sir Vantes and uses over two dozen parallels between the Coyote and Quixote sagas. Ron Coyote loves an obese school crossing guard Della Cinnea, but the resentful woman can't stand him. Ron Coyote is influenced by an austere televangelist, Calvin Mather, who preaches that America should return to the strict colonial values established by its Founding Fathers. As a joke, Pancho goes to the local GoodWill Store and buys Ron Coyote a Pilgrim suit (a former Halloween costume), which the Man of La Mangia takes seriously and solemnly wears every day. Soon Ron Coyote enlists Pancho in his campaign to change the world and rid it of sin and crime. The employer promises Sanza a new shack with flush toilets, and Pancho's wife threatens him with castration if he doesn't accompany Ron Coyote on his great mission. Ron Coyote dedicates his great quest to Della Cinnea, who despises the neo-Pilgrim with a passion. Ron Coyote and Pancho have many great adventures with the IRS, the United States Army, Arab terrorists, tramps, rowdy teenagers, Della Cinnea, hippies, cannibals, the Mafia, and even with Calvin Mather. Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia is adult literature, and it is not a book for the moral majority, the politically correct or for children. Ron Coyote is a wealthy peach and apple farmer in Hammonia, New Jersey. His main foreman is a short chunky man named Pancho Sanza. Pancho represents the practical side of human existence, and Ron Coyote is the dreamer and the idealist.Ron Coyote is now available in both Microsoft Reader and Adobe pdf at http://www.cyberread.com/authors/dubya.aspRon Coyote can be bought at Mobipocket.com (humor) and at Amazon, Borders and Barnes and Noble online stores (type in Jay Dubya). A hardcover edition of Ron Coyote, Man of La Mangia is now available at Amazon.com.
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Pancho finally realized that all of the other DC' bus passengers had been dressed in imitation of Ron Coyote and the migrant. Then a gentleman clad in a yellow and black bee costume entered the DC MetroBus, walked down the aisle and seated himself next to Sanza. Out of curiosity, Pancho inquired why the fellow had on the unusual insect' disguise. The man replied with a plausible question of his own.
"Where are you from?" the bee impersonator asked.
"New Jersey," Pancho cautiously stated.
"What town?" the costumed gent inquired.
"Ammonia," the man chuckled, "that sounds like a stinkin' town to me."
After a few minutes of casual conversation, the zany fellow in the bee outfit explained to Pancho that he was an undercover FBI agent on his way to an important "government sting operation."
"Don't feel bad Mr. Bee," Pancho responded, "everyone I know back in Hammonia tells me I work for a WASP."
"If someone ever called me a WASP," answered the FBI agent, "then I'd be madder than a hornet!"
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