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The Vision of Emma Blau by Ursula Hegi
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Aug 12, 09

Read in August, 2001

Traces 3 generations of a German immigrant family in New England, from 1894 to 1990. Given the subject & the author (who wrote Stones from the River, which I liked a lot), I expected to like it. But it's surprisingly boring. None of the characters are very interesting, & we don't spend much time with any of them.

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