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We Hope for Better Things; It Will Rise from the Ashes

Summary: Review of Middlesex - Jeffrey Eugenides
Everybody's story has a beginning, most of them earlier than is even remembered. Cal* has a surprising history, unraveling all the way back before his grandparents' immigration, and including a trait that was known to nobody before Cal was born. However, I will get back to that in a moment. The history described in Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides is weaved with passion, feeling more like a historical fiction novel rather than a person simply reciting their family's past. I am not usually as captivated by history as I was in Middlesex, and though it was still not the main reason why I started reading the book, Cal's history proved an important and interesting part of his mystery and the story he told. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the moment you've all been waiting for, the grand finale...well, not...

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