The Class: A Novel by Erich SegalThe Class: A Novel by Erich Segal

The Class: A Novel

byErich Segal

Mass Market Paperback | January 1, 1986

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From world-renowed author Erich Segal comes a  powerful and moving saga of five extraordinary  members of the Harvard class of 1958 and the women  with whom their lives are intertwined. Their  explosive story begins in a time of innocence and spans  a turbulent quarter century, culminating in their  dramatic twenty-five reunion at which they  confront their classmates--and the balance sheet of  their own lives. Always at the center; amid the  passion, laughter, and glory, stands Harvard--the  symbol of who they are and who they will be. They  were a generation who made the rules--then broke  them--whose glittering successes, heartfelt  tragedies, and unbridled ambitons would stun the  world.
Erich Segal (1937–2010) began his writing career with the phenomenally successful Love Story. He wrote eight other novels, including The Class, which was an international bestseller and won literary prizes in France and Italy. Doctors reached #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. Segal’s academic focus included Green and Latin lite...
Title:The Class: A NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 6.9 × 4.2 × 1.2 inPublished:January 1, 1986Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553270907

ISBN - 13:9780553270907

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Amazing What's it like to really go to Harvard? This book is beautifully written. It provides a window into the lives of five Harvard students before, during and after as they wend their way through life. Very touching novel.
Date published: 2018-01-01

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Five members of a fictional Harvard class are traced through 25 tumultuous years, culminating in a dramatic reunion at which they confront their classmates and their own lives.

Editorial Reviews

"Erich Segal's  best."--Pittsburgh Press.

"First  class  entertainment."--Cosmopolitan.

"An absorbing  page-turner."--Publisher's Weekly.

"A panoramic saga."--Philadelphia  Inquirer.