Letters to My Sons
"Oedipus Rex," "King Lear," and the terrors of a Greek tragedy, Kafka's definition of the perfect book, silly humor: all these come together in this journal of a father's soul.
For 16 years, the author raised his three children in Long Island, New York, often as a stay-at-home father, taking his sons out for ice creams, walks in the park, bicycling, car rides . . . until something happened.