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Old 11-11-2012, 10:23 PM   #23
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"Fair and Tender Ladies," by Lee Smith, is a wonderful novel in the epistolary style. Another book that came to mind is perhaps a bit off of the path, but for some reason my mind was drawn to "Archy and Mehitabel," by Don Marquis. If you're not familiar with these characters, Archy is a cockroach and Mehitabel is a can in her ninth life. There are no capital letters because a cockroach can't exactly jump onto the typewriter's shift key and the letter at the same time...
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