Bookslut, December 2006 

“One of the questions I had as I worked on this novel was, could a book be funny and scary?”

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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, February 9, 2008

“I think anyone who’s writing satirically about the future of America and life often looks prophetic.”

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Poets and Writers (Cover Story) Sept/Oct 2006

Powers of Perception: A Profile of Jennifer Egan/ After the success of Look at Me, her eerily prescient social satire of American life, what did Jennifer Egan turn to next? The gothic novel, of course. By Jessica George Firger

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New York Magazine, August 28, 2006

Off The Shelf: Jennifer Egan/ The author of the new novel “The Keep” on five books in her library that have influenced her–and why Henry James is so hard to read in New York.

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The Believer, August 2006

“My big decisions in fiction happen instinctively. I seem to need that gut feeling of excitement. And oddly enough, it also turns out to be my best guide toward what’s going to really interest me on those brainier levels. My big decisions in fiction happen instinctively. I seem to need that gut feeling of excitement. And oddly enough, it also turns out to be my best guide toward what’s going to really interest me on those brainier levels.”

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New York Times On the Web, July 22, 2006

Audio: An interview with Jennifer Egan, the author of “The Keep.”

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San Francisco Chronicle, July 23 2006

“It was the right moment for me to remember what is unique and exceptional about human beings, to remember the power of the imagination.”

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 5, 2006

“I want each book to be a step forward.”

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