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When Books Went to War by Molly Guptill Manning
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A Dangerous Place by Jacqueline Winspear
A Dangerous Place (Maisie Dobbs, #11)
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read in March, 2015
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Well done, but so very sad. The excellent writing, characters, and setting cannot totally redeem the increasingly depressing stories. It seems that Maisie is doomed to live a lonely and bleak life.
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Searching for Grace Kelly by Michael Callahan
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Tennessee Williams by John Lahr
Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh
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Not so much a biography as a superb critical analysis of Williams' work from the perspective of his life story. This is a heavily detailed, annotated volume that gives deep insight from letters and anecdotes from Williams and his friends, colleagues ...more
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“In the heat of an argument, my mother once told me, "Someday you can go to a therapist and tell him all about how your terrible mother ruined your life. But it will be your ruined life you're talking about. So make a life for yourself in which you can feel happy, and in which you can love and be loved, because that's what's actually important." You can love someone but not accept him; you can accept someone but not love him. I wrongly felt the flaws in my parents' acceptance as deficits in their love. Now, I think their primary experience was of having a child who spoke a language they'd never thought of studying.”
Andrew Solomon, Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity

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