Premium Content Continental Drift: The Quest For the Lost American Dream
By Anonymous - November 01, 2001
The American Dream, once a noble ideal of freedom and individualism, has been replaced by a ruthless game for money, at the expense of freedom and morality. In his novel Continental Drift, Russell Banks highlights the interplay of money and freedom in his characters' lives to highlight this substitution.
Banks starts the story of Bob's journey for…
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