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The Best American Essays 2016

by Jonathan Franzen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0544812107, Paperback)

“Offers illuminating, invaluable glimpses into lives that might otherwise remain outside the reader’s ken” —Publishers Weekly

The award-winning and best-selling Jonathan Franzen picks the best essays from hundreds of magazines, journals, and websites. He brings his “elegance, acumen, and daring as an essayist” (New York Times) to the collection. 

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The award-winning and best-selling Jonathan Franzen picks the best essays from hundreds of magazines, journals, and websites. He brings his "elegance, acumen, and daring as an essayist" (New York Times) to the collection.

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