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Middlesex: Racism and War

We move now into the second act of Middlesex, which deals with the narrator’s parents, and early childhood. The novel continues to hit on the themes of identity, the American dream, and duality, but moves here into a politically charged … Continue reading

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Middlesex, Identity, and the Family Epic

There’s no way to write a review of Jeffrey Eugenides’ masterpiece¬†Middlesex in one go. The novel itself is too expansive, both in scope and in length, in theme and in plot. It’s a massive family history in the vein of¬†One … Continue reading

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