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DescriptionJoseph Heller's World War II satire, ""Catch-22"", poses the moral dilemma of how to remain sane in an insane world. When it was first published in 1961, the novel not only became a modern-day classic, but it also introduced the term 'catch-22' to everyday vernacular. This installment in the ""Bloom's Guides"" series offers a varied selection of critical essays, and an annotated bibliography that collectively provide an ideal critical companion for readers hoping to broaden their appreciation of Heller's modern masterpiece.
Chelsea House Publishers
28 February 2009
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