David Wroblewski “The Story of Edgar Sawtelle”
June 30th, 2008
It is a rare writing debut that inspires the sort of adulation that David Wroblewski has received for his first novel “The Story of Edgar Sawtelle.”
The title character is a mute Wisconsin farm boy, whose unique coming of age takes place largely in the wild, with three dogs as his companions. But then again, it would be thoroughly misleading and incomplete to characterize this as either a dog story, a coming of age story, or even a family drama.
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