Sometimes a Great Notion, by Ken Kesey: a short review

Quite likely my favorite novel ever. A big, sprawling, wonderful, complicated novel about family, about keeping the faith, about American culture, about the conflict between big modernity and the individual. Funny, too. Well worth a read.


This review was originally posted on LibraryThing.

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