July, July


July, July (2002) is a novel by National Book Award Winner Tim O'Brien, about the 30th reunion of a graduating college class of 1969 that happened a year too late. It's filled with characters bent up by society's pliers, and it constantly flashes back to moments that shaped their lives. It expands on themes from his earlier novels, memory, hope, love, and war.
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language: English
date of publication: 2002
genre: novel
narrative location: United States of America
follows: Tomcat in Love


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