Jeffrey Eugenides reveals details of Middlesex follow-up
Eight years on from his Pulitzer prize-winner, novelist says he is 'two-thirds done' on 'tightly dramatised' love story
Jeffrey Eugenides will never win any prizes for speed: almost 10 years elapsed between the publication of his acclaimed debut, The Virgin Suicides, and his Pulitzer prize-winning follow-up, Middlesex. But finally, a mere eight years after Middlesex appeared, Jeffrey Eugenides has revealed that an end is in sight for his third novel.
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