Dogeaters: A Novel by Jessica Hagedorn

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Dogeaters: A Novel

'“Dogeaters is a fine achievement on a very serious scale. . . . This is the definitive novel of the encounter between the Philippines and America and their history of mutual illusion, antagonism, and ambiguous affection. It is a rich and satisfying work and certainly among the best novels I have read this year.” —Robert Stone “A fast, frequently hair-raising first novel, full of images and fantasies reflecting the author’s Philippine background, that maps the ruin at the heart of Philippine society in the last four decades.” —The New York Times Book Review “This is the greatest novel about Jamaica ever written, except it’s set in the Philippines.” —Marlon James, author of A Brief History of Seven Killings'
'“Dogeaters is a fine achievement on a very serious scale. . . . This is the definitive novel of the encounter between the Philippines and America and their history of mutual illusion, antagonism, and ambiguous affection. It is a rich and satisfying work and certainly among the best novels I have read this year.” —Robert Stone “A fast, frequently hair-raising first novel, full of images and fantasies reflecting the author’s Philippine background, that maps the ruin at the heart of Philippine society in the last four decades.” —The New York Times Book Review “This is the greatest novel about Jamaica ever written, except it’s set in the Philippines.” —Marlon James, author of A Brief History of Seven Killings'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781480440203 Pages: 251