The Class by Erich Segal

The ClassThe Class in Erich Segal’s own words:

“This book is my life, it’s my experience from the time I was eighteen till the time I was forty-six. The Class is about the generation of people that entered college, not just Harvard where the book is set, but everybody that was eighteen in 1954 and was in his mid forties in 1983, when the 25th reunion occurs. You all come back to see what you have done with your lives and it took me twenty five years to see what I had done with mine, and to weigh myself in the balance. That is what the 600 pages are all about, you need 25 years to live first…” Erich Segal.

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The Class – Book Reviews

Erich Segal’s best.’ Pittsburgh Press

‘First-class entertainment.’ Cosmopolitan

An absorbing page-turner.’ Publisher’s Weekly

‘A panoramic saga’ Philadelphia Inquirer