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I believe in forgiveness and redemption and that a person should not forever be defined by his biggest mistake. If Stephen Glass was a convincing fiction writer as a journalist, there is no reason he would not be equally creative as a novelist. That is the mindset that led me to pick up this book.The thing is, I couldnt quite get a handle on how to relate to his novel. Is it really a novel or is it a memoir? The main character is Stephen Glass and the opening scenes tell the familiar tale of his firing for inventing stories and passing them off as journalism.It is fiction like a ripped from the headlines TV episode or a biographical film based on a true story. Perhaps the truth embellished with outrageous details (again the way a Hollywood director improves a true story by adding some car chases and over the top heroic dialogue) is the only style Glass has mastered. Or maybe Glass called his straight-forward memoir a novel simply to avoid being accused of another fraud when he remembered things incorrectly.Once he has finished the part of the story everyone knows, he tells a tale of his downfall full of details that might be part of a wacky movie farce. For example, one scene has him trying so desperately to avoid waking his girlfriend that he tries to wear her too-small underwear taken out of the drier rather than open the dresser in their shared room. He shreds them, leaves them in a dish drawer, and ends up crafting underwear and socks out of garbage bags to wear on a flight from Washington to Chicago. If it is fiction, it is bad fiction, a wacky scene from a mediocre television sitcom. If it actually happened, however, it is amusing. Things that are too outrageous to accept as fiction do sometimes happen in life. It is just plausible enough that someone in an emotional state could be so foolish. Because the author is Stephen Glass, I didnt know which is was, and how to respond to it. This, of course, is all very meta. It made me realize how I read differently depending on whether I perceive the story to be fiction or non-fiction. Maybe the book is a simply brilliant piece of literary performance art. Probably not.
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