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1.
Drowning Ruth
by Christina Schwarz


Doubleday
Hardcover - 400 pages
(September 27, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Oprah Book Club® Selection, September 2000: For 19th-century novelists--from Jane Austen to George Eliot, Flaubert to Henry James--social constraint gave a delicious tension to their plots. Yet now our relaxed morals and social mobility have rendered many of the classics untenable. Why... Read more

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Open House
by Elizabeth Berg


Random House
Hardcover - 256 pages
(July 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
3.5 out of 5 stars

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Oprah Book Club® Selection, August 2000: The narrator of Elizabeth Berg's Open House calls divorce "a series of internal earthquakes ... one after the other." She ought to know. Samantha is abandoned by her husband in the opening pages of this three-handkerchief special, and the resultant... Read more

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The Blind Assassin
by Margaret Atwood


Bantam Doubleday Dell Pub (Trd)
Hardcover - 400 pages
(September 5, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
The Blind Assassin is a tale of two sisters, one of whom dies under ambiguous circumstances in the opening pages. The survivor, Iris Chase Griffen, initially seems a little cold-blooded about this death in the family. But as Margaret Atwood's most ambitious work unfolds--a tricky process, in fact,... Read more

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The Sky Is Falling : The New Novel
by Sidney Sheldon


William Morrow & Co
Hardcover - 368 pages
1 Ed edition (September 12, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
3.5 out of 5 stars

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Dana Evans, who made her first appearance in Sidney Sheldon's The Best Laid Plans, is a spunky, good-looking, young Washington TV journalist who's recently returned to the nation's capital from the Balkans, where she adopted a handicapped war orphan who's having trouble adjusting to life in America.... Read more

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Shopgirl : A Novella
by Steve Martin


Hyperion
Hardcover - 144 pages
(September 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

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Steve Martin's first foray into fiction is as assured as it is surprising. Set in Los Angeles, its fascination with the surreal body fascism of the upper classes feels like the comedian's familiar territory, but the shopgirl of the book's title may surprise his fans. Mirabelle works in the glove... Read more

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Lying Awake
by Mark Salzman, Stephanie Shieldhouse(Illustrator)


Knopf
Hardcover - 192 pages
(September 19, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

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In his third novel, Lying Awake, Mark Salzman breaks the primary rule of fiction by creating a protagonist who has virtually no external life. Sister John of the Cross, a middle-aged nun cloistered in a Carmelite monastery in contemporary Los Angeles, languished for years in a spiritual... Read more

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Four Blondes
by Candace Bushnell


Atlantic Monthly Pr
Hardcover - 192 pages
(September 30, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
3 out of 5 stars

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Candace Bushnell made her reputation as the creator of the HBO special Sex and the City, based on her book of the same name (based in turn on her eros-intensive New York Observer column). In Four Blondes, she returns with a quartet of novellas on her favorite subject--the mating habits of wealthy... Read more

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Winter Solstice
by Rosamunde Pilcher


St Martins Pr (Trade)
Hardcover - 464 pages
(August 1, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

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Rosamunde Pilcher's novel, despite its chilly setting, will warm the hearts of her growing army of loyal fans. Winter Solstice has all the familiar trademarks of a Pilcher saga, spun in her inimitable, homey, beguiling style. The story is told, chapter by chapter, from the perspectives of an... Read more

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The Golden Age
by Gore Vidal


Doubleday
Hardcover - 448 pages
(September 19, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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Since 1967, when he published Washington, D.C., Gore Vidal has been assembling an artful, acidic history of the United States. The Golden Age represents the seventh and final installment of this national epic, covering the years from 1939 to 1954 (with a valedictory fast-forward, in its final pages,... Read more

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Me Talk Pretty One Day
by David Sedaris


Little Brown & Company
Hardcover - 272 pages
(May 2, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

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David Sedaris became a star autobiographer on public radio, onstage in New York, and on bestseller lists, mostly on the strength of "SantaLand Diaries," a scathing, hilarious account of his stint as a Christmas elf at Macy's. (It's in two separate collections, both worth owning, Barrel Fever and the... Read more

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When We Were Orphans
by Kazuo Ishiguro


Knopf
Hardcover - 336 pages
(September 12, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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When 9-year-old Christopher Banks's father--a British businessman involved in the opium trade--disappears from the family home in Shanghai, the boy and his friend Akira play at being detectives: "Until in the end, after the chases, fist-fights and gun-battles around the warren-like alleys of the... Read more

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The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay : A Novel
by Michael Chabon


Random House
Hardcover - 736 pages
(September 19, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Like the comic books that animate and inspire it, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay is both larger than life and of it too. Complete with golems and magic and miraculous escapes and evil nemeses and even hand-to-hand Antarctic battle, it pursues the most important questions of love and war,... Read more

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Prodigal Summer
by Barbara Kingsolver

-- On Order
Harpercollins
Hardcover - 464 pages
(October 17, 2000)
  No customer rating available.

-- Time
"Kingsolver is a gifted magician of words." Read more

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A Good House
by Bonnie Burnard


Henry Holt & Company, Inc.
Hardcover - 309 pages
(September 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

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It's not an easy thing to write a novel about a family. Of necessity--and as the narrative years advance--characters proliferate, success and tragedy accrue, events maneuver to the fore with faintly arbitrary impetus. First-time novelist Bonnie Burnard, however, evades such worn grooves with the... Read more

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The Bluest Eye
by Toni Morrison


Knopf
Hardcover - 206 pages
(April 27, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
3.5 out of 5 stars

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Oprah Book Club® Selection, April 2000: Originally published in 1970, The Bluest Eye is Toni Morrison's first novel. In an afterword written more than two decades later, the author expressed her dissatisfaction with the book's language and structure: "It required a sophistication unavailable to... Read more

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Girl With a Pearl Earring
by Tracy Chevalier


E P Dutton
Hardcover - 233 pages
(December 27, 1999)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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With precisely 35 canvases to his credit, the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer represents one of the great enigmas of 17th-century art. The meager facts of his biography have been gleaned from a handful of legal documents. Yet Vermeer's extraordinary paintings of domestic life, with their subtle play... Read more

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Wish You Well
by David Baldacci

-- On Order
Warner Books
Hardcover
(October 24, 2000)
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David Baldacci has made a name for himself crafting big, burly legal thrillers with larger-than-life plots. However, Wish You Well, set in his native Virginia, is a tale of hope and wonder and "something of a miracle" just itching to happen. This shift from contentious urbanites to homespun hill... Read more

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The Diagnosis
by Alan P. Lightman


Pantheon Books
Hardcover - 368 pages
Reprint edition (September 5, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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In the bravura opening chapter of Alan Lightman's novel The Diagnosis, a nameless horror befalls Boston businessman Bill Chalmers in the hubbub of his morning commute. As he jostles his way aboard the train and makes cell-phone calls to check last-minute details on his morning meeting (for Bill is... Read more

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Beowulf : A New Verse Translation
by Seamus Heaney(Translator)


Farrar Straus & Giroux
Hardcover - 213 pages
(February 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
In Beowulf warriors must back up their mead-hall boasts with instant action, monsters abound, and fights are always to the death. The Anglo-Saxon epic, composed between the 7th and 10th centuries, has long been accorded its place in literature, though its hold on our imagination has been less... Read more

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O Lost : A Story of the Buried Life [UNABRIDGED]
by Thomas Wolfe, et al

-- On Order
Univ of South Carolina Pr
Hardcover - 736 pages
Centenary edition (October 2000)
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The Old American (Hardscrabble Book)
by Ernest Ebert, Ernest Hebert


University Press of New England
Hardcover - 304 pages
(October 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Book Description
A long-awaited new novel, set in the period of the French and Indian Wars, brings a new dimension to the region's history.

In 1746, Nathan Blake, the first frame house builder in Keene, New Hampshire, was abducted by Algonkians and held in Canada as a slave. Inspired by this dramatic slice of... Read more


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The Family Orchard
by Nomi Eve


Knopf
Hardcover - 352 pages
(September 26, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
These days the term multigenerational novel conjures up something flabby and cliché-ridden, which makes it all the more refreshing that Nomi Eve brings so much verve, warmth, and imagination to the genre in her debut novel. Eve shows off a range of talents here--she adroitly weaves 150 years... Read more

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Waiting
by Ha Jin


Pantheon Books
Hardcover - 308 pages
(October 1999)
  Avg. Customer Review:
3.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
"Every summer Lin Kong returned to Goose Village to divorce his wife, Shuyu." Like a fairy tale, Ha Jin's masterful novel of love and politics begins with a formula--and like a fairy tale, Waiting uses its slight, deceptively simple framework to encompass a wide range of truths about the human... Read more

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A Friend of the Earth
by T. Coraghessan Boyle


Viking Pr
Hardcover - 288 pages
(September 7, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
If, as we are frequently cautioned, ecological collapse is imminent, the future might someday resemble T.C. Boyle's vision of Southern California, circa 2025: strafing wind, extortionate heat, vast species extinction, and a ramshackle, dispirited populace. A more bleak backdrop--part Blade Runner,... Read more

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White Teeth : A Novel
by Zadie Smith


Random House
Hardcover - 448 pages
(April 25, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Epic in scale and intimate in approach, White Teeth is a formidably ambitious debut. First novelist Zadie Smith takes on race, sex, class, history, and the minefield of gender politics, and such is her wit and inventiveness that these weighty subjects seem effortlessly light. She also has an... Read more

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How to Read and Why
by Harold Bloom


Scribner
Hardcover - 283 pages
(June 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Harold Bloom's urgency in How to Read and Why may have much to do with his age. He brackets his combative, inspiring manual with the news that he is nearing 70 and hasn't time for the mediocre. (One doubts that he ever did.) Nor will he countenance such fashionable notions as the death of the author... Read more

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What She Saw in Roger Mancuso, Gunter Hopstock, Jason Barry Gold, Spitty Clark, Jack Geezo, Humphrey Fung, Claude Duvet, Bruce Bledstone, : Kevin mcfe
by Lucinda Rosenfeld


Random House
Hardcover - 304 pages
(September 12, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Sometimes in a moment of limbo or confusion, it's advisable to make a list. An inventory of accomplishments, a chart of pros and cons. Lucinda Rosenfeld's first novel takes as its form a list of past boyfriends. Each section finishes the sentence begun in its title, What She Saw... in "Roger... Read more

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Bee Season
by Myla Goldberg


Doubleday
Hardcover - 275 pages
(May 2, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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In Myla Goldberg's outstanding first novel, a family is shaken apart by a small but unexpected shift in the prospects of one of its members. When 9-year-old Eliza Naumann, an otherwise indifferent student, takes first prize in her school spelling bee, it is as if rays of light have begun to emanate... Read more

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Disobedience : A Novel
by Jane Hamilton

-- On Order
Doubleday
Hardcover - 304 pages
(October 17, 2000)
  No customer rating available.

From Booklist
Disobedience takes forms great and small in Hamilton's new family drama. The Shaws have just left Vermont for Chicago. Kevin is an affable and optimistic high-school teacher. Beth is an accomplished pianist. Henry, Hamilton's complicated narrator, is a mild-mannered and lonely high school senior.... Read more

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Joe College
by Tom Perrotta


St Martins Pr (Trade)
Hardcover - 320 pages
1 Ed edition (September 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Having penned Election, a great novel of high-school manners, Tom Perrotta gives us Joe College, a great novel about college mores. In 1982, one Yale junior struggles with George Eliot, dorm blanket bingo, dining-hall dish-line duty, a massive crush on a girl in love with his favorite prof, daily... Read more

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The Collected Poems of Stanley Kunitz
by Stanley Kunitz


W.W. Norton & Company
Hardcover - 288 pages
(October 2000)
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Book Description
In the year of his ninety-fifth birthday, a volume celebrating the distinguished career of one of our most esteemed poets. In 1995, Stanley Kunitz received the National Book Award in Poetry for Passing Through: The Later Poems, New and Selected. The citation for the award read in part: "In his... Read more

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Bridget Jones : The Edge of Reason
by Helen Fielding


Viking Pr
Hardcover - 352 pages
1st edition (February 28, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
Fans of Helen Fielding's Bridget Jones's Diary will recall that at the end of that sly and funny version of Pride and Prejudice, singleton heroine Bridget landed her Mr. Darcy at last--Mark Darcy, that is. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason picks up four weeks later, and already the honeymoon is... Read more

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The River King
by Alice Hoffman


Putnam Pub Group
Hardcover - 304 pages
(July 13, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
There are two things any reader can count on when coming to Alice Hoffman: her prose and a remarkable empathy for those who live on the fringes of society. In her 13th novel, the author turns both to good account. Set in a tony private school located in a small New England town, The River King... Read more

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Longing
by J. D. Landis


Harcourt Brace
Hardcover - 592 pages
(September 2000)
  No customer rating available.

The New York Times Book Review, James Polk
The strikingly original narrative that he has constructed, while it may present the facts, is about much more than facts alone. Read more

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All the Names
by Jose Saramago, Margaret Jull Costa(Translator)


Harcourt Brace
Hardcover - 256 pages
(September 15, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
"As soon as you cross the threshold, you notice the smell of old paper." The Central Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths is the setting for All the Names, Nobel Prize-winning Portuguese author José Saramago's seventh novel to be translated into English. The names in question are those of... Read more

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I Loved You All
by Paula Sharp


Hyperion
Hardcover - 384 pages
(August 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

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Paula Sharp's tale of a family on the edge takes place in upstate New York in the late '70s, in a gloomy prison town of harsh winters and hard-core Christians. Marguerite Daigle loves to drink; she also loves her daughters, Mahalia and Penny, but she cannot seem to pull herself away from the bottle... Read more

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Back Roads
by Tawni O'Dell


Viking Pr
Hardcover - 338 pages
(March 28, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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Oprah Book Club® Selection, March 2000: Not since S.E. Hinton (The Outsiders) has a female novelist penned such a tough and titillating portrait of lower-class, crime-ridden manhood. Set in "beautiful, ruined" western Pennsylvania, amid Eat n' Parks and Lick n' Putts, Tawni O'Dell's Back Roads... Read more

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Blue Ridge
by T. R. Pearson


Viking Pr
Hardcover - 288 pages
(September 21, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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Penzler Pick, September 2000: T.R. Pearson is not known for writing mysteries, but this, his first novel in seven years, definitely falls into that category. Ray Tatum and his dog, Monroe, are on a journey to Hogarth, a small town in Virginia. Ray is taking the job of deputy sheriff in this small... Read more

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Once an Eagle : A Novel
by Anton Myrer


Harpercollins
Hardcover - 848 pages
1 Harper edition (May 16, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
America's fighting men have turned to Once an Eagle as a sourcebook for the military's core values since its publication at the height of the Vietnam War. The novel, following the careers of virtuous Sam Damon and opportunistic Courtney Massengale, is required reading for all members of the United... Read more

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A Patchwork Planet
by Anne Tyler


Bradford Books
Hardcover - 288 pages
(April 1998)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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Barnaby Gaitlin is one of Anne Tyler's most promising unpromising characters. At 30, he has yet to graduate from college, is already divorced, and is used to defeat. His mother thrives on reminding him of his adolescent delinquency and debt to his family, and even his daughter is fed up with his... Read more

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The Heartsong of Charging Elk
by James Welch


Doubleday
Hardcover - 352 pages
(August 15, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

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In the bitter morning of defeat, when the last battle has been lost to the white man, the protagonist of The Heartsong of Charging Elk faces a series of decisions. Should he adapt to reservation life or go wandering, a fugitive in a terrible new world? Should he become docile or violent? These are... Read more

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Jayber Crow
by Wendell Berry


Counterpoint Press
Hardcover - 384 pages
(September 5, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

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The questions who and what and how and why are no doubt useful and occasionally even noble in their place. But for Wendell Berry, whose spare and elegant prose has long testified to the rural American values of thrift and frugality, four interrogatives must seem a waste, when one will do. Where is... Read more

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The Legend of Bagger Vance : Golf and the Game of Life
by Steven Pressfield


William Morrow & Co
Hardcover - 253 pages
(May 1995)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

The New York Times Book Review
"Good stuff. . .a philosophical fantasy imagined on a golf course, heavy with fog, storm, fireworks, and howling winds of supernatural forces." --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title Read more

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The Human Stain
by Philip Roth


Houghton Mifflin Co (Trd)
Hardcover - 352 pages
(April 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

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Athena College was snoozing complacently in the Berkshires until Coleman Silk--formerly "Silky Silk," undefeated welterweight pro boxer--strode in and shook the place awake. This faculty dean sacked the deadwood, made lots of hot new hires, including Yale-spawned literary-theory wunderkind Delphine... Read more

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Rope Burns : Stories from the Corner
by F. X. Toole


Ecco Press
Hardcover - 288 pages
(September 5, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

The New York Times Book Review, Allen Barra
Toole's prose is sharp and jablike, and at its best comes at you with the rhythm of a good gym fighter working on the speed bag. Read more

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The Bridegroom : Stories
by Ha Jin, LuAnn Walther(Editor)


Pantheon Books
Hardcover - 240 pages
(October 3, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
It's the little things that kill us, as that master of the miniature Ha Jin well knows. Not oppression in general, but the tea thrown at us by railroad policemen; not failure, but the old flame who fails to visit; not grief, but the peanuts our kindergarten teacher stole from our pockets. In The... Read more

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Plain Truth
by Jodi Picoult


Pocket Books
Hardcover - 405 pages
(May 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

Book Description

Jodi Picoult has touched readers deeply with her acclaimed novels, such as Keeping Faith and The Pact. Gifted with "a remarkable ability to make us share her characters' feelings" (People), Picoult now explores the complex choices of the heart for a young Amish woman -- the compelling journey of... Read more


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Taking Lottie Home
by Terry Kay


William Morrow & Co
Hardcover - 304 pages
(October 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
5 out of 5 stars

Book Description

Taking Lottie Home is a story of generations bound inexplicably together by "the odd way that life, or circumstance, bumps people around, sends them colliding into one another." It is an elegantly written story of love given, love returned, and love remembered that no reader will ever forget.

When... Read more


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Disgrace
by J. M. Coetzee


Viking Pr
Hardcover - 220 pages
(November 1999)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4 out of 5 stars

Amazon.com
David Lurie is hardly the hero of his own life, or anyone else's. At 52, the protagonist of Disgrace is at the end of his professional and romantic game, and seems to be deliberately courting disaster. Long a professor of modern languages at Cape Town University College, he has recently been... Read more

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A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You : Stories
by Amy Bloom


Random House
Hardcover - 208 pages
(July 25, 2000)
  Avg. Customer Review:
4.5 out of 5 stars

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It was Henry James who first claimed the imagination of disaster, but in Amy Bloom's stunning second collection, she appears to have inherited the mantle. Most of the characters in A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You are pursued by at least one of the biological furies: cancer, miscarriage,... Read more

 



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