Andrew Sean Greer

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Andrew Sean Greer is an American novelist and short story writer.

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In his novel Less, Andrew Sean Greer discusses filterless writing and the idea of getting what you want in a world bent on not giving you what you want.

Andrew Sean Greer: Less

In his novel Less, Andrew Sean Greer discusses filterless writing and the idea of getting what you want in a world bent on not giving you what you want.

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Andrew Sean Greer: The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells

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A wonderful young novelist, Andrew Sean Greer, writes about enormous and basic truths that his characters choose to conceal...

Andrew Sean Greer: The Story of a Marriage

A wonderful young novelist, Andrew Sean Greer, writes about enormous and basic truths that his characters choose to conceal...

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