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March 16, 2009

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Melissa

I had to post on this because I recognized the author's name from the movie Jane Austin Book Club!! I didn't realize she was a real author but DUH, Jane Austen was, why would they make up any other author for the movie!?
(said movie is pretty good by the way!)

Lizzy

I had to post on this because I recognized the author's name from the movie Jane Austin Book Club!! I didn't realize she was a real author but DUH, Jane Austen was, why would they make up any other author for the movie!?
(said movie is pretty good by the way!)

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Kester

Alison mentioned you might want a blog about the D0-Gooder book club. Just let me know. [email protected]

Anna Elliott

Have you considered Ursula K LeGuin's newest book, Lavinia? It's a novel centering on Lavinia, second wife of Aeneas, the hero of Virgil's famous Anead. The prose is breathtakingly lovely, the questions it poses thought-provoking. And it might make a very interesting contrast to Dispossessed. Same author, but radically different places and times.

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