"The most engaging literary sleuthing you'll read this year. . . . What makes the novel so extraordinary is the ways in which Whitehead plays with notions of race." Newsweek
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Colson Whitehead's The Intuitionist wowed critics and
readers everywhere and marked the debut of an important
American writer. This marvellously inventive, genre-bending,
noir-inflected novel, set in the curious world of elevator
inspection, portrays a universe parallel to our own, where
matters of morality, politics, and race reveal unexpected
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