Page Flip: Jenny Devers is a big boned girl born in Wisconsin. As a reviewer of a book that is now over 50 years old I find it unfair to apply modern day standards and think the criticism is fair. It was both fascinating and eye opening. Aaron is cruel and proud, and when he's drafted into the military, crosses paths with Branch. Filming Locations: Goldman was young when he wrote this, and purposely tried to write something long, and long it is.
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Now his sweeping, classic tale of a generation's tumultuous coming-of-age is at last back in print. Deals and Shenanigans. There's he's reunited with his college friend Walt, who directed plays and goes to the city to try his hand at it there rather than be trapped in the lucrative business his father built up and maintained both before and after Walt's mother died, having ignored her breast cancer until it was too late in an attempt to punish her husband for his infidelities. These three all converge around a play, and their lead actors are Jenny and Rudy. This is a well written book that gives us a look at an earlier time in the lives of young adults living in the late 40s. Must a book leave the reader completely satisfied in order to be good? We are experiencing technical difficulties.