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When a parachuting stunt for the show goes horribly wrong. Aaron is thrust prematurely into the adolescent sphere of dislocation, self-doubt, and rebellion, struggling to find his way without his father. Intelligent, sensitive, and profoundly concerned with issue of identity, Aaron turns himself into a clown, wearing strange vintage clothing and cracking jokes to hide his uneasiness, as he first rejects but then comes to understand that he is inextricably linked to his dead father.
Told from Aaron's vantage point when he is 26, a young man looking back at the turmoil of his teenage years, Aaron, Approximately rings with the truth of what it means to have grown up at the tail end of the 20th century. Providing a strong commentary on the effect that music, fashion, drugs, sex, and family have on contemporary teenagers and young adults, it moreover explores what it means to be Jewish in this modern age. From first loves to first hangovers, from rebelling against authority to the painful search for identity in the midst of adolescent chaos, readers will identify with these tragedies and triumphs.
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