You Don't Love Me Yet by Jonathan Lethem
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You Don't Love Me Yet Summary
Lucinda Hoekke spends eight hours a day at the Complaint Line, listening to anonymous callers air their random grievances. Most of the time, the work is excruciatingly tedious. But one frequent caller, who insists on speaking only to Lucinda, captivates her with his off-color ruminations and opaque self-reflections. In blatant defiance of the rules, Lucinda and the Complainer arrange a face-to-face meetingand fall desperately in love.
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"Zany disaster ensues in this entertaining but largely insubstantial romantic farce." - PW.
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Jonathan Lethem Author Biography
Jonathan Lethem is the
author of nine novels, a novella, a number of short story collections and many essays. His novel Motherless Brooklyn, was named Novel of the
Year by Esquire and won The National Book Critics Circle Award and the
Salon Book Award. He is also the author of the story collection, The Wall of
the Eye and the novella This Shape We're In. He edited The Vintage
Book of Amnesia, guest-edited The Year's Best Music Writing 2002, and
was the founding fiction editor of Fence Magazine. His writings have
appeared in The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, McSweeney's, and
many other periodicals. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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