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The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
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The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton
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The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen
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The Mayflower & the Pilgrims' New World by Nathaniel Philbrick
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Picked this up at the whaling museum in Provincetown to get a little more history on the area and loved it! Especially the first half about the first pilgrims. Got bogged down a bit in all the Indian wars that followed but still found the overall boo ...more
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Being Wrong by Kathryn Schulz
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Elizabeth Gilbert
“Marriage is what happens "between the memorable." He said that we often look back on our marriages years later, perhaps after one spouse has died, and wall we can recall are "the vacations, and emergencies" - the high points and low points. The rest of it blends into a blurry sort of daily sameness. But it is that very blurred sameness, the poet argues, that comprises marriage. Marriage is those two thousand indistinguishable conversations, chatted over two thousand indistinguishable breakfasts, where intimacy turns like a slow wheel. How do you measure the worth of becoming that familiar to somebody- so utterly well known and so thoroughly ever-present, that you become an almost invisible necessity, like air?”
Elizabeth Gilbert, Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage

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