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The moon pinnace

A love story that takes on all the passion and pain of early adulthood. A great look at post'World War II America."I loved the book. Its most outstanding quality is the haunting power of nostalgia, the searing atmosphere of memory. What is most compelling about it as a love story is that it manages to be uplifting, in the way love stories are supposed to be uplifting, while also honestly expressing the compromise, the disappointment, the unfulfilled longings." 'John IrvingThomas Williams published eight novels and a collection of short stories over three decades beginning in 1955. In 1975 he won a National Book Award for The Hair of Harold Roux, which, like several of his works, was set in the fictionalized Leah, New Hampshire.

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  • "A love story that takes on all the passion and pain of early adulthood. A great look at post'World War II America."I loved the book. Its most outstanding quality is the haunting power of nostalgia, the searing atmosphere of memory. What is most compelling about it as a love story is that it manages to be uplifting, in the way love stories are supposed to be uplifting, while also honestly expressing the compromise, the disappointment, the unfulfilled longings." 'John IrvingThomas Williams published eight novels and a collection of short stories over three decades beginning in 1955. In 1975 he won a National Book Award for The Hair of Harold Roux, which, like several of his works, was set in the fictionalized Leah, New Hampshire."@en
  • "A love story that takes on all the passion and pain of early adulthood. A great look at post–World War II America. “I loved the book. Its most outstanding quality is the haunting power of nostalgia, the searing atmosphere of memory. What is most compelling about it as a love story is that it manages to be uplifting, in the way love stories are supposed to be uplifting, while also honestly expressing the compromise, the disappointment, the unfulfilled longings.” —John Irving Thomas Williams published eight novels and a collection of short stories over three decades beginning in 1955. In 1975 he won a National Book Award for The Hair of Harold Roux , which, like several of his works, was set in the fictionalized Leah, New Hampshire."@en

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