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National Book Award Winner
Philip Roth's brilliant career was launched when the unknown twenty-five-year-old writer won the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship for a collection that was to be called Goodbye, Columbus, and which, in turn, captured the 1960 National Book Award. In the famous title story, perhaps the best college love story ever written, Radcliffe-bound Brenda Patimkin initiates Neil Klugman of Newark into a new and unsettling society of sex, leisure, and loss. Over the years, most of the other stories have become classics as well.
From Publishers Weekly
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This is one of my favorites by a great author. A must read for anyone that loves Philip Roth and may have missed this one. I can't say enough......
Great book--horrible iBooks version
There are numerous typos and formatting issues. It is embarrassing. Don't waste your money on this version.
Waste of Money...
Basically, the book itself has an interesting story. This version of the book seem as if it was written by a 6th grader... As you read on, the more you'll be confused out of your mind.. This is definitely not worth 10 dollars...