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March 2014 Book Recommendations

My Antonia
by Willa Cather
Written in 1918, Willa Cather’s, MY ANTONIA, tells the story of Antonia Shimerda, an immigrant who, with her family, arrives on the Nebraska frontier.

Portnoy’s Complaint
by Philip Roth
When it appeared in 1969, Philip Roth’s novel dusted up discussion about sexuality in America.

Switch Bitch
by Roald Dahl
Four adult erotic short stories by the author who created CHARLIE .AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, MATILDA, and JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH.

Jennie Gerhardt
by Theodore Dreiser
Published in 1911, Theodore Dreiser’s novel examines the life of a desperate, destitute girl, who becomes a mistress to finance her family.

Bread Givers: A Novel
by Anzia Yezierska
Within the tightly structured Jewish immigrant world of 1920s New York, Sara Smolinsky, rebels against her rigid, Orthodox father for independence and success.

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