Keith Gessen “All the Sad Young Literary Men”
April 24th, 2008
Three young men not long out of college discover that it’s tougher than they thought to carve out careers, relationships, and a life, in Keith Gessen‘s debut novel “All the Sad Young Literary Men.”
In what Jonathan Yardley of the Washington Post called “a considerably better-than-average exercise in slacker fiction,” Mark, Sam and Keith work to liberate their inner intellectuals, while staying in step with the larger world.
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