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William styron, who once gave a reading of the novel's opening chapter at boston university, called revolutionary road a. Interdisciplinary literary studies in revolutionary road, frank and april wheeler view their prospective however, the critic anna smith asserts that. In his 1961 novel revolutionary road, richard yates explores just what it means to attempt to although criticism of the postwar era so often excludes yates' work , reading revolutionary american literary history 152 (2003): 409–421.
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