Middlesex - Jeffrey Eugenides
Winner of The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 2003
... this feast of a novel is thrilling in the scope of its imagination and surprising in its tenderness. Cal is one of recent fiction's most endearing characters.
New York Times Editors' Choice - Best Book of 2002
A Rollicking family epic like no other, Middlesex follows three generations of the Stephanides family from 1920s Greece to Detroit in the mid to late 20th century to contemporary Berlin. Brother and sister Left and Desdemona flee the crumbling Ottoman Empire in 1922; by the time their ship docks in New York they are husband and wife. The narrator of this funny and humane tale is their grandchild Cal, who as a result of their unusual liaison was born a girl but grows into a man.
Publisher: Griffin Press
Publication Date: 2003 from 2002 Copyright
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