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Old 04-28-2008, 02:26 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by Taylor514ce View Post
I recommended Kipling's "The Brushwood Boy" to another member wanting recommendations for non-stereotypical love stories, and I realize it appeals to me for much the same reason. In the early stages it is an astonishingly clear-eyed depiction of a child's world view.
That's what appeals to me about Daisy Ashford's 'The Young Visiters' - a story about adults and their world written by a nine year old.
It's charming and enlightening.
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