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Tunnel Vision

Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis is a novel I picked-up at library sale. It’s publication date of 1924 and recognition of the author’s name convinced me it was a worthy addition to my library. Lewis was offered a Pulitzer Prize for … Continue reading

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Girls In White Dresses

The Summer Before the War by Helen Simonson begins in England just prior to the First World War and ends after the fighting is over. There are a number of interesting characters in the novel. The main character is a … Continue reading

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City of Enlightenment

The Greater Journey: Americans in Paris by David McCullough is a historical masterpiece. ¬†High on my list of favorite authors, McCullough’s ability to research and convey history in powerful prose never ceases to amaze me. The novel chronicles the lives … Continue reading

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