Cheever channels Kafka and Fitzgerald in his “Collected Stories and Other Writings”.
a Satire on the Current U.S. Economic and Political Debate
Roberto Bolaño explores the intersections of art, power, and murder in his disturbing masterpiece “2666”.
Don DeLillo gets to the heart of the Kennedy assassination plot – and the murderous American soul – in his psychological thriller “Libra”.
Thomas Pynchon puts most other writers to shame with “Gravity’s Rainbow,” his surreal, mind-melting, madcap romp through post-war Europe.
A father enlists the Founding Fathers to try and teach his increasingly maladjusted teenage son the true meaning of “independence”, in Richard Ford’s lyrical sequel to “The Sportswriter”.