How Far Can You Go? by David Lodge

The book is a satirical take on the lives of a group of Catholic students from the 1950s to the 1970s. It explores the changes in their lives and attitudes as they grow older and the Catholic Church undergoes significant shifts in doctrine and practice. The narrative delves into their struggles with faith, morality, and personal relationships, providing a humorous yet poignant critique of religious and social conventions.

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