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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.
Memiors that offer insights on the recommendation for every father, son, and father to bePublished 17 hours ago by Bob Willcox
The title intrigued me and the sample was kinda funny. As I went through, I couldn't help thinking "what a whiner". Read morePublished 2 months 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 3 months ago by Ryan Mease
Literate, witty, thoughtful essays. Most are a delight and several are memorable.Published 3 months ago by Harmonica Lou
Loved this book--so honest, funny and touching. Great life insights from one of my favorite writers.Published 5 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 7 months ago by Forrest