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    This is a difficult question to answer. While on the one hand, the author of a fiction work does (in all probability) want to express their interpretations of life and living in universal themes...

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    Although this novel is overtly very different in the way that it is much smaller in scope than Hornby's other novels, at the same time it is possible to see similar themes and topics that occur in...

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    Hornby's work would appeal to lovers of "lad lit." This particular genre is concerned with exploring the issues of modern men who are set amidst the social current of rising feminism and...

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    The premise of the story centers on four people who have come to Toppers House to commit suicide. In this, the characters impact the development of the story. Hornby takes us inside their...

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    I think that one of the challenges that Hornby's work faces is that it addresses a topic that can easily be misread as trivializing another. Hornby has argued that the book is not about suicide, as...

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