Sins in "The Enormous Radio" by John Cheever
Known as a satiric chronicler of upper-middle-class American, John Cheever (1912-1982) is "the Chekhov of the suburbs." His works are noted for ironic sketches of domestic and expatriate New Yorkers and New Englanders. His ability to capture the human dilemma and to combine it with one of the most overlooked manifestations of the American landscape, suburbia, shows the power and insight of Cheever's art. In the famous The Enormous Radio, Cheever depicted the dilemmas of a couple in the 1950s. In the story, Sin is a hidden theme that threads through the entire story. …
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