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Jul 30, 2013 — Maggie Shipstead mocks the pretensions of New England WASPs, while Jessica Lott executes unexpected riffs on the student-professor relationship plot. Critic Maureen Corrigan reviews two stellar fiction newcomers.
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Feb 13, 2012 — For some people, Feb. 14 is not all hearts and candy. Without a sweetheart, the holiday can be dreary. For those not in love this year, author Alex Gilvarry prescribes three books that will cure the worst of those Valentine's Day blues.
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Jan 26, 2012 — Couples planning their weddings are forced to make scores of difficult decisions — managing the guest list, the cost and family expectations. In her new book, Meg Keene helps couples focus a little more on the meaning of marriage, and a little less on the flowers and cake.
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Jul 17, 2011 — NPR coverage of The Member Of The Wedding by Carson McCullers. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more.
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Jun 2, 2009 — The wedding announcements of the Sunday New York Times — so careful in their cataloging of academic degrees and parents' professions — presented Rob Baedeker and his fellow members of the Kasper Hauser's comedy group with a perfect opportunity for satire.
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Jun 23, 2008 — Growing up in Yazoo City, Miss., Caroline Langston started her lifelong obsession with weddings — especially those of the Southern variety — at an early age. Here are her three books with brides, bouquets and shrimp remoulade.
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Jul 23, 2007 — Augusten Burroughs says The Member of the Wedding captures the magic of summer: "The pages themselves nearly sweat, and there is humidity between the lines."
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Jul 23, 2007 — Writer Augusten Burroughs says Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding captures the magic of summer: "The pages themselves nearly sweat, and there is humidity between the lines."
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Jul 22, 2005 — In her fourth novel, Little continues her observations on class-consciousness and cultural tensions... this time, through the eyes of three generations of upwardly mobile, strong black women.
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