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25 Years Ago
The Virgin Suicides
Kicked Off Our Obsession With Teenage Tragedy.
Jeffrey Eugenides’s haunting,
-nostalgic 1993 novel changed the way we consume adolescence in pop culture.
: Jeffrey Eugenides’s Short-Story Sideline
The book is most interesting for the view it affords us of Eugenides absorbing various formal and topical trends.
Jeffrey Eugenides: There’s a Crisis of Masculinity in Fiction Right Now
“We’re at a state now where men are trying to figure out what part of them is to be disowned or changed.”
Director May Adapt
The Marriage Plot
Greg Mottola, meet Jeffrey Eugenides.
Jeffrey Eugenides Says Any David Foster Wallace Similarities in His New Novel Are Totally Coincidental
We remain skeptical.
Jeffrey Eugenides Got Punched by a Drunk Guy Singing a Penis Song
On the train, naturally.
There’s a David Foster Wallace Character in Jeffrey Eugenides’ New Novel
Meet Leonard Bankhead, a brilliant young man who wears bandannas, dips tobacco, and has a history of hospitalizations.
The Ten Hottest Prospects From This Year’s Book Expo
New works by Jeffrey Eugenides and Ann Patchett were among the novels and nonfiction that walked away with the most buzz.
Read the First Paragraph of Jeffrey Eugenides’s
The Marriage Plot
So far, it appears to be a book about other books.
At Last, a View-Master Movie
Plus: HBO adapting ‘Middlesex’!
Steven Soderbergh and Brad Pitt Take Themselves Out to the Ball Game
Plus: Jason Bateman switches semen!
last night's gig
‘New Yorker’ Fiction Pages Ripped at Moore-Eugenides Talk
’s allotment this year of a one-word theme for each of its writers’ panels seemed a little arbitrary Saturday night.
All Those Nuts You Sent to CBS Paid Off: ‘Jericho’ Might Return