I listened to Home School as an audiobook recently, and I remembered how much I enjoyed The Graduate the first time I read it.
I lost my original paperback years ago, and since The Graduate is a book one re-reads perhaps only once every ten years (the prose is memorable the way poetry is; you don't go back to it very often, because so much of it just stays with you) I thought it would work best on my Kindle.
The novel is different from the film: funnier, darker, and in most ways less dated. I certainly would never diss the film; but the film still belongs to the '60's. The novel is as fresh as the day it was published.
One other thing:- re-reading The Graduate has me thinking I might re-read Home School as well. Not that many authors are as repeatable as Charles Webb.