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Patchett Magician's Assistant

Ann Patchett: Stories That Dissolve Cultural Divides

My greatest aspiration as an author is to carry readers inside the social turmoil of our times and thereby dissolve the bitter cultural divisions that plague the nation. Ann Patchett is therefore one of my favorite authors, for she explores the bonds that join us. Bel Canto is her most famous example, but The Magician’s […]

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The Bookish Dame, Deborah Previte

The Inheritors: A New Review by The Bookish Dame, Deborah Previte

Many thanks to the Deborah Previte of the Bookish Dame for this review just published at her review site, The Bookish Libraria:   http://abookishlibraria.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-inheritors-by-judith-kischtclass.html     THE BOOKISH DAME REVIEWS : This is the story of a girl who inherits the house that belonged to her grandfather and mother.  Once she does, she finds pieces […]

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