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David Hare

Everything I want a novel to be, story-driven but marked with the great arc of its telling. You feel “Yes, this is what the 19th century must have been like.”

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Doug Rushkoff

The first novel I read that held together on a regular plane as well as thematic one - as story as well as a symbolic journey. There could be others that work like Jude, but something about this book - the way the author is dealing with ideas like evolution along with the collapse of class culture - made it feel like a precursor to modernism. Like the birth of modernism.

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David Hare

Everything I want a novel to be, story-driven but marked with the great arc of its telling. You feel “Yes, this is what the 19th century must have been like.”

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