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Wandering Exiles

I began reading The German Girl by Armando Lucas Correa on the anniversary of The Night of the Broken Glass.  It was coincidental, not purposeful. I finished the novel on Armistice Day. The timing was perfect and the book quite … Continue reading

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Secret Regrets

Hemingway in Love: His Own Story by A.E. Hotchner is a revealing story told by one of Hemingway’s close friends. According to the author, out of respect for Hemingway’s last wife Mary and others who were still living, he delayed … Continue reading

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Whither Thou Goest

Bridge to the Sun by Gwen Terasaki is a memoir written by the American wife of a Japanese diplomat during World War II. When the Tennessee born author met and married her Japanese husband in Washington D.C. in 1931, little … Continue reading

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