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The Shadow of the Endless Night by Carrie Gessner
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Old Age by Michael E. Kinsley
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I found chapter 7, where Kinsley addresses the Baby Boomer generation's legacy as a whole, the most interesting and thought provoking.
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Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
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I like the delivery of the story, jumping from present to past and back and I enjoyed many of the descriptions. Overall, the characters felt flat and the ending was too pat for my taste.
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Edith Wharton
“I believe I know the only cure, which is to make one’s center of life inside of one’s self, not selfishly or excludingly, but with a kind of unassailable serenity—to decorate one’s inner house so richly that one is content there, glad to welcome anyone who wants to come and stay, but happy all the same when one is inevitably alone.”
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Edith Wharton
“The greatest mistake is to think that we ever know why we do things...I suppose the nearest we can ever come to it is by getting what old people call 'experience.' But by the time we've got that we're no longer the persons who did the things we no longer understand. The trouble is, I suppose, that we change every moment; and the things we did stay.”
Edith Wharton, The Buccaneers

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