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Julie Julie said: "Clever array of comical neurotics. I love how DFW jumps from character to character in the first person perspective. "

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Clever array of comical neurotics. I love how DFW jumps from character to character in the first person perspective.
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Had to return this book to its rightful owner before finishing, but I'm pretty sure I already know the ending - Roth's country versions of 1984 on national television.
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