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The Year of Magical Thinking

Feb 8, 2007 — In The Year of Magical Thinking, Joan Didion chronicled her grief following the sudden death of her husband and the illness of their daughter. Vanessa Redgrave will star in a one-woman play based on the book.
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Dec 22, 2005Fresh Air book critic Maureen Corrigan lists her favorite books of 2005, including novels by Mary Gaitskill and Kazuo Ishiguro, and memoirs by Joan Didion and J.R. Moehringer.
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Nov 15, 2005 — This memoir by the author, whose husband John Gregory Dunne of a heart attack while their daughter lay hospitalized in a coma, "reminds us everything can change in an instant," writes NPR listener James.
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Oct 13, 2005 — Joan Didion's memoir The Year of Magical Thinking is about grieving for her husband, fellow writer John Gregory Dunne. He died suddenly at the end of 2003, while their daughter was hospitalized with pneumonia.
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Sep 30, 2005 — A little more than a month before her 40th wedding anniversary, Joan Didion's beloved husband — novelist John Gregory Dunne — died unexpectedly. Didion has written a book about his death, The Year of Magical Thinking.
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