Her First, and Last, Book

    Two years ago, Marina Keegan's life brimmed with promise. She was graduating with high honors from Yale University, already a precocious writer about to take up a job at The New Yorker.

    She had a play that was about to be produced. She had sparked a national conversation about whether graduates should seek meaning or money.

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