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April 29, 2010

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Duncan

To hear/read is to obey. I haven't started reading it yet, though.

Ripley Hotch

Am reading now with delight--although I find his prose oddly overdone, especially at the beginning. But when he gets into critical points, the writing is much sharper. Especially astonishing is the account of the displaced persons camp--that stays with you.

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