Oliver Tate, the protagonist of Joe Dunthorne’s novel Submarine (made into a major film by Richard Ayoade in 2010), commits his mid-teenage years to a mission to mend his parents’ relationship. This obsession (and his terminal social awkwardness) leads him to neglect his girlfriend, particularly during her mother’s cancer scare. Twelve-year-old Harper, the protagonist of […]
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