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Old 11-23-2012, 09:01 AM   #18
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Well regardless of what happens, I'm grateful for the heads-up on Quo Vadis; that will be going onto my TBR list.
Me, too. But I'm keeping my fingers crossed as it's a contender.

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And I think sounds like my kind of book, so Ethan Frome will also take its place in my TBR list.
As a snapshot of life and mind in hardscrabble New England, I think Ethan Frome is unparalleled. Even though it was written by a New York society matron! I enjoy Wharton's New York novels more, but Frome is a tiny gem.

Eamus, Quo Vadis!
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