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From → Harper, Other
“… a little less of it to love.”
A perceptive thought and gentle comment by Diane to alert her readers they will have to make an intellectual commitment to read Chabon’s latest book. He is always challenging, often prfound, but like most truly good authors, he is never easy. He requires readers to become part of his world– not merely bored readers and curious travelers.
“..wrong to fault it for its opulence”
That comment alone makes reading Diane’s latest review a pleasure read. Read those seven words out loud. Don’t they have a lovely sound? F.S. Fitzgerald is writing again.
I love Jim’s comment about Diane’s review and agree that Chabon’s latest is an intellectual commitment, one where a reader must set aside a world and completely envelope another, a difficult exercise for those with short attention spans, but so worth the dive off the high platform. Thanks, Diane, for yet another perceptive review.
How lucky I am to have two readers who take the time to write lovely comments! You both made my day brighter.
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