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Jonathan Safran Foer Talks Disaster, Doorknobs, And Blissfully Ignoring Reviews

Jonathan Safran Foer is growing up. Last month, over a decade after the publication of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, the once-precocious writer released Here I Am, a decidedly adult book about broken families, divorce, sex, and Jewish-American identity. We sat down with Safran Foer to discuss the novel, disasters both real and imagined, and whether or not he and his books are experiencing any growing pains.
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