Novels About Hollywood

Indeed, “Boy Wonder” is more of a novel about Hollywood than the others on this list. Presented in the format of an oral history, the reader traces the life of young cinephile that rises up the ladder from nobody to B-movie legend to the stage of the Academy Awards.

Black Humor and Negation in Catch-22

Milo’s crusade is the greatest symbol of negation in the entire book because his actions serve to negate the very basis for the war. By engaging in business with the enemy, Milo ultimately serves to prove beyond a doubt that war is utterly meaningless. The opposing sides will always reconcile and start doing business.