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A Good Place To Start

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Middlesex 2
The Virgin Suicides 1

A Bad Place To Start

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Middlesex 1

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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Jeffrey Eugenides (1960 - )

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nickyturnill May 29th, 2007 02:48 PM PST

Both of these books of fabulous, read them both in whatever order you like!

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Jeffrey Eugenides-- winner of the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for Middlesex--was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1960, the third son of an American-born father whose Greek parents immigrated from Asia Minor and an American mother of Anglo-Irish descent. Eugenides was educated at public and private schools, graduated magna cum laude from Brown University, and received an MA in English and Creative Writing from Stanford University in 1986. Two years later, in 1988, he published his first short story.

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