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The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories



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Author
Keegan, Marina
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Memoirs
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21st Century
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Summary
Marina Keegan was a promising young writer poised to start a job at The New Yorker when she was tragically killed in a car accident just five days after graduating from Yale. This collection of her writing was published two years later. Just 22, Keegan manages to present incredible talent for writing while speaking for her own generation and herself.
Critique
These stories and essays offer a mix of fiction and non-fiction. Keegan's writing is beautiful and full of hope.
ISBN
9781476753614
  iBistro
# of Pages
240
Published
2014
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Reviewer's Initials: LH


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