Next: Young American Writers on the New Generation
by Eric Liu
Who really are the "twentysomething" Americans? In this anthology of lively and intelligent, original personal essays, sixteen diverse and talented writers aged 24 to 32 cut through the stereotypes and reveal through their own stories the true face of their generation. Humorous, ironic, satiric, or angry, the eight men and eight women contributors grapple with how coming o...more
Hardcover, 233 pages
Published May 1st 1994 by W. W. Norton & Company
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