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July 20, 2009

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Lauren

Sweet! I'll be listening!

Kate

Because of an unexpected family get-together (my 90 year old grandmother felt up to coming to NYC, which is great), I'll be at South Pacific tonight. But I would like to ask if Stein always planned to have the book structured the way it is, where the reader knows Enzo's and Zoe's fates from the beginning, or if he changed it as he was writing.

Also, I would like to know if he has read Virginia Woolf's Flush.

Thanks!

Thanks.

Kate

Oops, I mean Eve's fate.

Book Club Girl

Have a great time tonight, we'll miss you, but South Pacific is amazing!

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