|Title||:||Class Notes: A Novel|
|Number of Pages||:||466 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Class Notes: A Novel Reviews
Hmmm, 80s book about the 50s. Could have been bad! This was about knowing you're smart and doubting you're attractive when you're young and confused. Harriet is a fairly complex heroine, which was really nice for a change (as an alternative to the plethora of boyhood tales of coming of age in the 50s and 60s).
Am I seriously the first person to review this book on goodreads? Whoa. Well, I read this for a term paper, and it's pretty interesting, but it's definitely more of an allegory than an actually gripping novel. Also, Catherine Stimpson writes the most ridiculous and convuluted metaphors ever.