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Having read the book I'm not in any rush to watch it. There is no depth to the characters whatsoever. I was very disappointed in this read.Published 10 days ago by Rebecca
It's amazing how close the book and movie stay to one another. The dialogue is quick and witty. Though I love this story it still always makes me sad to be reminded of the... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Emily Aderhold
I saw the movie version of The Graduate long after it became a cultural phenomenon. At the time, I was a little confused as to why it became a cultural phenomenon. Read morePublished 28 days ago by upfront_reader
A book with odd syntax-difficult to read. The characters speak to each other using an unusual sentence construction. I didn't enjoy it.Published 8 months ago by karen
I enjoyed Charles Webb’s The Graduate, but it is far from a classic. I’m a huge fan of the film, but this is one of those ultra-rare cases where the film is actually better than... Read morePublished 11 months ago by JBS
For 1963 this novel was ahead of its time, and is still just as relevant as the year it was written. Minor differences with the film, but ultimately Nichols filmed the book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Karris
While I enjoy this novel, the Kindle digital edition is deeply flawed. I found many instances of missing lines, words characters, etc. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Auton
I originally bought this book because it was mentioned in Doctor Who, now I wish I had know about it before hand.Published 16 months ago by Teresa Thomas