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Jonathan Franzen leads a hermitlike existence, but he is impossible to ignore. His novel The Corrections has sold more than three million copies; his Freedom has been hailed as the best novel of the century; and his every pronouncement is covered in the media. Not all that coverage is good: His fallout with Oprah Winfrey generated massive outcries; New York Times critic Michiko Kakutani dismissing him as "petulant, pompous, obsessive," and his early critiques of fellow writers became a topic of controversy itself. This new collection of essays and speeches promises to renew our fascination with one of the most talented, unbridled enigmas of our time. Now in trade paperback and NOOK Book.