Eat The Document


Author: Dana Spiotta

Dana Spiotta, whom Michiko Kakutani called “wonderfully observant and wonderfully gifted…with an uncanny feel for the absurdities and sadness of contemporary life” “(The New York Times),” has written a bold and moving novel about a fugitive radical from the 1970s who has lived in hiding for twenty-five years. “Eat the Document” is a hugely compelling story of activism, s….Read More

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