Freedom: A Novel by Jonathan Franzen

This novel is a multi-generational saga that explores the lives of the Berglund family. It delves into their personal struggles and relationships, and how they navigate through the complexities of life in contemporary America. The narrative explores themes of freedom in various forms, including personal freedom, societal freedom, and the freedom of choice. The book also examines the impact of these choices on the family’s dynamics, their relationships, and their identities.

The 1909th greatest book of all time


Published
2010
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
562-608
Words
561,996
Original Language
English

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