The adventures of Augie March / Saul Bellow ; introduction by Christopher Hitchens.
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- ISBN: 0143039571
- ISBN: 9780143039570
- Physical Description: xix, 586 p. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Penguin , 2006.
Augie March is a Jewish-American boy growing up fatherless and poor in Depression-era Chicago. He seeks a "special destiny," although his circumstances seem to position him for a uniquely disappointing life: his family consists of a simple-minded mother, a brother and "grandmother" who prove to be Machiavellian in their intentions, and an "idiot" youngest brother, Georgie.
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