The WSJ Book Club is reading Jessica Hagedorn’s violent and surreal novel of the Philippines, “Dogeaters,” from 1990. The book was chosen by our host, Marlon James, author of the critically acclaimed epic, “A Brief History of Seven Killings.”
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This week, we’d like to discuss other novels that encapsulate what it means to live in a city. What are some of your favorite books that capture the pulse of a specific city? How do they do it?
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