Cathleen Schine, Imaginary Friends

Michael Chabon’s Telegraph Avenue, the story of the ordinary lives of two imperfect, rather ordinary families, is as much a fantasy as The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay or even The Yiddish Policemen’s Union. It might, oddly, be his most original book as well.

Photo: Michael Chabon, Berkeley, California, circa 2003 (Michael Murphree/Corbis Outline)

Cathleen Schine, Imaginary Friends

Michael Chabon’s Telegraph Avenue, the story of the ordinary lives of two imperfect, rather ordinary families, is as much a fantasy as The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay or even The Yiddish Policemen’s Union. It might, oddly, be his most original book as well.

Photo: Michael Chabon, Berkeley, California, circa 2003 (Michael Murphree/Corbis Outline)

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