Elizabeth Strout is getting quite a lot of recognition at the moment and in my opinion, most deservedly so. This is the second novel of hers that I’ve read. 463 more words
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Olive Kitteridge, a deeply empathic and human novel, strives to commeasure human tendencies and social attitudes.
The novel is divided into around ten chapters, each involving different characters but all revolving around one woman, Olive Kitteridge, a stubborn, middle-aged woman who doesn’t exactly like the changes she witnesses in her small town. 1,059 more words
Rebecca Brown has never stolen before, steals a magazine from a dentist’s office because she wants to finish a story she was reading in it, finishes reading it on the bus home, it ends sadly, she drops the magazine and it flips to an add for a smock-like shirt, Rebecca decides to order one for her boyfriend David… 713 more words