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All New People by Anne Lamott
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Apr 27, 07

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I remember hearing Lamott read from this when I was a senior in college. Maybe it was the synchronicity - the book talks in part about one character during her senior year in college, during a time of lies, errors, and self-delusion - but it really resonated with me then. I didn't love it but I responded very strongly. A compelling read with a specific demographic. Maybe someday I'll be far enough beyond my own lost period to be able to read it again, and find more in it than a vindication of my own lostness.

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