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Review of ‘The End of the Book’

One of the more piquant pleasures of Porter Shreve’s The End of the Book—a novel that offers the attentive reader a surfeit of pleasure—are the contrasting sensory details of Chicago near the turn of two centuries.

There is the stench of the city’s “hog butcher to the world” stockyards and the aspirational buzz of amateur…

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