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The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel

Average rating
3 out of 5
Based on 1,549 Ratings and 1,549 Reviews

Book Description
Amazon Best of the Month, June 2008: It's gutsy for a debut novelist to offer a modern take on Hamlet set in rural Wisconsin--particularly one in which the young hero, born mute, communicates with people, dogs, and the occasional ghost through his own mix of sign and body language. But David Wroblewski's extraordinary way with language in The Story of Edgar Sawtelle immerses readers in a li... More
Book Information
BindingHardcover (37 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages576
Publication Date06/01/2008
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About David Wroblewski (Author) : David Wroblewski is a published author. A published credit of David Wroblewski is The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: A Novel (Oprah Book Club #62).
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10/7/2009 Sharon Koontz said: 5503878
tags: I Read

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9/17/2009 Abbey Greenblatt said: This is one of my favorite books of all times. It's a beautiful story of love, companionship, and family that parallels Shakespeare's Hamlet.
tags: I recommend, I read

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5/20/2009 Debbie Williamson said: I hated this book. I know a bit strong but it really stunk. Not only did it lead you up to the biggest disapointment in an ending but there was no meaning in the story what so ever for me.

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5/17/2009 Analine Johnson

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