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Endless Questions and Meandering Self-Scrutiny

The New Yorker review of Howard Jacobson’s The Finkler Question left traces that reignited when my mother asked for research materials and reviews for The Finkler Question.  She had volunteered to lead her Book Club’s latest pick.  Eureka, I knew … Continue reading

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A return to great storytelling

An established book is sometimes doubly satisfying following heaps of misogynistic material.  As appreciated in maturing wines, older Man Booker winners are safe bets.  After selecting gifted writer Margaret Atwood and her certifiably lauded book, I intend to explore her … Continue reading

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