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" A brilliant telling of a speculative account of the late life of George Eliot, when she married a man much younger than herself. "
Home Planet A Life in Four Seasons by Cheryl-Anne Millsap
"This book is a series of short memoirs and essays, from a local newspaper columnist.
It was a nice little read. Millsap is a mother of four living in the Inland Northwest. I was able to relate to her essays about children and life in this area. Sh..." Read more of this review »
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