WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JAY MCINERNEY John Cheever's letters offer
a tantalising glimpse into the life of a writer. They include
correspondence with his contemporaries, such as Philip Roth, John
Updike and Saul Bellow, his days as a young, aspiring writer and
his battles with bisexuality and alcoholism. In this collection,
edited by his son Benjamin Cheever, we see how his private
correspondence was as extraordinary as his published works.
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