Dave Eggers

author and publisher

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American writer, editor, and publisher; co-founder of the literacy project 826 Valencia

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The Parade,   by Dave Eggers, is a book of creeping dread, where every worst thing is possible, and rational reason leads one to expect that the worst is not over.

Dave Eggers: The Parade

The Parade,  by Dave Eggers, is a book of creeping dread, where every worst thing is possible, and rational reason leads one to expect that the worst is not over.

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Dave Eggers: A Hologram for the King

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Dave Eggers

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