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Almost all the essays are simultaneously thoughtful, cohesive, and very, very funny.
My values are fairly liberal, too, but I am at least able to acknowledge the existence and merits of the conservative POV.
In one essay, "I Feel Good About My Murse," it hit me why I like this guy and his writing so much.
The title intrigued me and the sample was kinda funny. As I went through, I couldn't help thinking "what a whiner". Read morePublished 12 days ago by R. Roger Wheat
These essays on male childhood and adult life are a powerful social exposition fostered by Chabon's exceptional writing capabilities. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Mease
Literate, witty, thoughtful essays. Most are a delight and several are memorable.Published 1 month ago by Lewis Lipsitz
Loved this book--so honest, funny and touching. Great life insights from one of my favorite writers.Published 3 months ago by Carol S. Lewis
Thought-provoking and fun. I've never read any of Mr. Chabon's novels. But after reading his collection of essays, I very much look forward to more of his works!Published 5 months ago by Forrest