Frank Rich – Top Ten Books

Frank Rich - Top Ten Books

Frank Rich

Essayist and columnist, Frank Rich began his career as the scourge of Broadway as the influential theater critic for The New York Times before moving on the paper’s op-ed pages as a passionate political commentator who took the Bush administration to task over it’s post-September 11 erosion of civil rights and its disastrous military escapades in Afghanistan and the Middle East.

Below are Frank Rich’s favorite books, available to purchase as a set or individually.

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1

Charlotte's Web

E. B. White
Death!

$7.99

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2

The Hardy Boys

Franklin W. Dixon
Being a boy could be an adventure, and scary.

$32.99

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3

Act One

Moss Hart
You can escape an unhappy childhood by fighting your way into the theater.

$19.99

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4

Raisin in the Sun

Lorraine Hansberry
The unvisited city all around me.

$7.50

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5

Goodbye Columbus

Philip Roth
A much welcome validation of rude thoughts about my family and environs.

$15.00

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6

Nine Stories

J.D. Salinger
Adolescent and post-adolescent loneliness and loss made flesh.

$15.00

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7

Lord of the Flies

William Golding
The cruel politics of the schoolyard, and beyond.

$16.00

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8

100 Selected Poems

E.E. Cummings
Revelations about the beauty, playfulness, and power of words.

$14.00

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9

David Copperfield

Charles Dickens
Poverty and emotional hardship made palpable and gripping, yet by some miracle veined with comedy.

$10.00

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10

The Brigadier and the Golf Widow

John Cheever
People who seem to have everything can discover that no one is at home.

$18.00

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