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Jun 28, 2021

[Answer] 7. What Joseph Heller novel gave its name to any absurdly impossible situation, usually gummed up by bureaucracy, that one can never escape from?

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...1. A 'Catch-22' 2. A 'Section-8' 3. An 'Article 11' 4. A 'Bomb in New Haven' In the story first published in 1961, John Yossarian is on a bomber station on an island off Italy, with a fanatical officer bent on killing his men for the greater glory of his own career. When Yossarian acts insane for the purpose of being sent home, he finds a regulation that countermands his attempt ... a 'catch-22'.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "7. What Joseph Heller novel gave its name to any absurdly impossible situation, usually gummed up by bureaucracy, that one can never escape from?"



A 'Catch-22':


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