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A Whistling Woman by A.S. Byatt
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Jan 25, 2011

it was amazing
Read from January 25 to 30, 2011

The fourth of Byatt's Frederica series, this book melds science, mathematics, psychology, religion, cultural upheaval, feminism, new (in the 60s) technology and human relationships in a fascinating culmination of Frederica Potter's story. I suppose it could be read by itself, but I enjoyed reading the four books in order. I find myself wanting to start again at the beginning, now that I know where all these amazingly well-developed characters ended up.

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