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Summary and Critique of

Harlan Coben’s

The Stranger

by J.B. Feliciton

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Introduction and Character List

Part I. Plot Summary and Analysis, Analysis of Leading Characters
*****Adam Price
*****The Stranger

Part II. A Critique of Maim Themes in The Stranger
*****1. Hope
*****2. Cyber Technology and Lack of Privacy
*****3. The American Dream



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