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Win a Signed Copy of 'Freedom' by Jonathan Franzen

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Tuesday, Dec 14, 2010
by PopMatters Staff
In 3 words or less, what does "Freedom" mean to you? Let us know and you have a chance to win a signed copy of Jonathan Franzen's new book.

Friends! Readers! Countrymen! Lend us your ears…okay, your eyes. Sure, sure, we know you’ve all read THE CORRECTIONS and have heard that Jonathan Franzen has a new book out. I mean, how could you miss it? He’s everywhere, including on our site.


But have you ever dreamed that you could win a SIGNED copy of FREEDOM? All for your very own - or for someone who’s been extra good on your Christmas list. Well here’s your chance! The good folks at AbeBooks, purveyors of fine and rare books, have given us a FREE copy of this signed gem to give away. But don’t think we’re gonna let you off easy- this IS Franzen after all. That’s right, you’re gonna have to work for it.


In the comments section below, please answer the following question. The best answer (as determined by our editors) will win the signed copy of FREEDOM and the second place winner will receive a 50% off coupon to AbeBooks.com. It’s beginning to look like a very literary holiday season!


THE QUESTION: In 3 words or less, what does “Freedom” mean to you?


Deadline: Monday, 20 December


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