O My America!: A Novel
A novel which begins with protagonist Ezra Slavin's unexpected death and then follows on with a reminiscence of his tempestuous career as a first-generation writer, teacher and radical. A particularly strong episode is that of the memorial service, with its unexpected speaker.
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