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Julie
Julie is on page 110 of 622
Feel like I'm reading this so slowly, but I find myself rereading passages, just trying to absorb the enormity of these stories and the suffering & courage of so many generations. THanks, Jessica - this will easily be the best of the best of 2011.
Nov 15, 2011 07:22PM
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Julie
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Nov 24, 2011 07:38AM
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Julie
Julie is on page 253 of 622
I love the way Wilkerson paces the three stories-set in different eras, migrants with different dreams and destinations- but their narratives stream parallel in the book. Each has just arrived at their destination: Milwaukee 1937, Harlem 1945, Los Angeles 1953.
Nov 23, 2011 06:11AM
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Julie
Julie is on page 162 of 622
What I have learned from pages 161-164 could fill a college semester seminar.
Nov 22, 2011 07:56PM
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Julie
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Nov 22, 2011 06:08AM
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I won't finish this before it's due back at the library. So I will seek out my own copy now that it's out in paperback. This is a keeper.
Nov 13, 2011 06:57PM
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Then, I'm not alone. I feel like my reading is slow. The story is so wonderful. With all of its sorrow there is bravery and strength.


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