Charles Webb

The Graduate

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The novel about an aimless young man in 1960s America that inspired the classic film: “Moves with the speed and drive of a runaway locomotive.” —Chicago Sunday Review
When Benjamin Braddock graduates from a small eastern college and comes home to his parents’ house, everyone wants to know what he’s going to do with his life. Benjamin has no idea. Feeling empty, embittered, and adrift, he stumbles into an affair with Mrs. Robinson, the wife of his father’s business partner. But then he falls in love with a woman closer to his own age: Mrs. Robinson’s daughter.
A scathingly entertaining tale of idealism and materialism, corruption and conformity, The Graduate is both a darkly comic love-triangle tale and a sharp look at postwar suburbia.
“He contrives some ludicrously funny situations and he keeps his story racing.” —The New York Times Book Review
“His novel makes you want to laugh and it makes you want to cry.” —The Plain Dealer
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    Mitha Whar delt en vurderingfor 4 år siden

    What the hell? What kind of ending is that?
    I really really hate Mrs. Robinson.

    Pablo Riverahar delt en vurderingsidste år

    I'm still reading the book-

    gerardinoshar delt en vurderingsidste år
    👍Værd at læse
    🌴God til stranden


    Hanne Frost Jessenhar citeretfor 2 måneder siden
    “What’s the book you’re reading,” she said.
    Benjamin picked it up from the desk and handed it to her.
    “Are you interested in astronomy?” she said, looking at the cover.
    “Then why are you reading this.”
    “I just picked it up,” he said, carrying the socks to his bed. “I just wanted to be reading something when you came.”
    Jarek Fijołekhar citeretfor 6 måneder siden
    “I mean I just feel like it’s kind of an inevitable thing now,”
    Berns A.M.har citeretfor 10 måneder siden
    “The whole four years,” he said, looking up at his father. “They were nothing. All the things I did are nothing. All the distinctions. The things I learned. All of a sudden none of it seems to be worth anything to me.”

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