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Book Response: A Death In The Family

The text does paint a believable portrait of a family: the inner self-conscious thoughts between family members, the small allowances people make for those close to them, the often fraught relationships with in-laws. The Follet family and their immediate relatives are supportive, loving, and generally good people.

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Manazuru
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Review: Manazuru

Manazuru by Hiromi Kawakami, translated by Michael Emmerich In August, I went to see a few readings at the Edinburgh Book Festival. At the checkout counter (purchasing a book. Of course.) I struck up a conversation with the sales girl,…

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