Daisy Miller

Daisy Miller is the first book by the American author, Henry James that I've read. It is novella of classic literature, about 62 pages and an easy read. Born in New York City, James spent most of his adult life abroad as an expatriate in Europe, eventually settling in England where he became a British …

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Home

Home by American author, Marilynne Robinson has won several awards and made various 2008 top 100 book lists and adds another layer of characters and viewpoints to Gilead, another novel by Robinson that won the Pulitzer Prize. Home is its own independent story, primarily centered around the Boughton family and narrated by Reverend Boughton's single …

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My Antonia

I've just finished reading My Antonia by American author, Willa Cather, published in 1918. This is the first book I've read by Willa Cather. According to the back of my Barnes & Noble edition, My Antonia is considered Willa Cather's greatest novel. This is classic American literature about the mid-west, specifically Nebraska, and an unusual …

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Coming Home

Coming Home is another home run by British author, Rosamunde Pilcher, published in 1995. In this book, Rosamunde is consistent with her comforting themes of tea time, seaside settings and seasons, Porthkerris, Cornwall and London, relationships between close family and friends, during the time period of World War II. I'm confident that if her other …

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