Tag Archives: 1930’s America

What I Remember

Someone by Alice McDermott was such a good novel that I listened to it twice. In it, a woman named Marie looks back on her early life in Brooklyn in the years before and following World War Two. Her vivid … Continue reading

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Fact or Fiction

The Truth According to Us by Annie Barrows made me laugh often because it reminded me of the years I resided in the South and the ability many people there had of colorfully weaving the stories they told. The tales … Continue reading

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