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    Nabokov (novel ... Tolle (novel, nonfiction)3. The Ground Beneath Her Feet/ Salman Rushdie (novel, fiction)4. The Satanic Verses/ Salman Rushdie (novel, fiction)5. Women in Love/D. H. Lawrence (novel, fiction)6. Witches of Eastwick/ John Updike (novel, fiction)7. Brave new World/ Aldous Huxley (novel

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    time In her blockbuster debut novel, Ordinary People, Judith Guest established herself as a perceptive chronicler of adolescent problems and emotions. Both Ordinary People and her follow-up novel, Second Heaven, focus on likeable ... college In her blockbuster debut novel, Ordinary People, Judith Guest

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    These ideas can be also be seen throughout his most famous novel, Invisible Man. The ideas that Ellison sets forth in the �Charlie� essay can be seen as a framework for the larger novel, and one could even call Invisible Man a �jazz-novel.

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