The Corrections

I recently finished Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections, and enjoyed it very much. It was very dark and depressing in places, but often very funny and always entertaining.

It tells the story of a normally disfunctional family: A cold and distant patriarch dealing with Parkinson’s, a controlling and disappointed wife and mother obsessed with family reunions at Christmas, and their three variously damaged adult children.

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