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FREEDOM

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The epic sprawl of this ambitious yet ultimately unsatisfying novel encompasses everything from indie rock to environmental radicalism to profiteering in the Middle East.The first novel from Franzen in almost a decade invites comparisons with its predecessor, The Corrections, which won the 2001 National Book Award and sparked controversy with Oprah. Both are novels that attempt to engage—even ... Read full review

Review: Freedom

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Harvey Freedenberg

There is a certain amount of hubris involved in titling a novel with a word as capacious and controversial as “freedom.” Happily, Jonathan Franzen has the ability to produce a work fully worthy of that portentous term. He has done that with integrity, compassion and humor in a story that is as real as your nextdoor neighbors and as rich with contemporary relevance as tonight's cable news broadcast ... Read full review


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