By Susan Crandall | Off the Shelf
Oh, the magnificence of the well-drawn character--well-drawn, mind you, not necessarily well-loved, and certainly n...
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But then you come to part III, which is one sentence that goes on for 12 pages (no, that is not a typo). I'm not sure what Chabon was trying to accomplish with this non-sentence. But having been forewarned, I simply skipped over it.
I would like to share a rite of passage I serendipitously got to witness driving to work on a gloriously sunny, crisp morning last week.
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