The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon

It represents the Jewish immigrant experience that settles like radiation in the bones and passes, altered, in fragmented shards to be carried on, mutated, in the DNA of future generations.

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  1. Anita says:

    Sep 8, 2012

    There are several wonuerfdl books that you haven’t read. But, if you only read one book from your list, and it kills me a little to say this because I love Charles Dickens, read The Wide Sargasso Sea. A wonuerfdl book, that stands the source material on its head though it could stand on its own without any help from Charlotte Bronte.Of course, if you haven’t read Jane Eyre, you should. It’s wonuerfdl, too.

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