Joseph Heller's Catch-22
Bloom's Literary Criticism, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 281 pages
Joseph Heller's World War II satire, Catch-22, poses the moral dilemma of how to remain sane in an insane world. When it was first published in 1961, the novel not only became a modern-day classic, but it also introduced the Catch-22 catchphrase into everyday vernacular. Joseph Heller's Catch-22, New Edition offers a varied selection of full-length essays, a detailed chronology, and a thorough index that provide an ideal critical companion for readers hoping to broaden their appreciation of Heller's modern masterpiece.
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