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Country: North America, US, United States
City: Fremont, California
Lucidity and sheer elegance captured by effortless composition of the intimately cor-
rect words.A poem by Louise Glück is a sorrowful hymn peacefully touching the reader's inner world.
Consider this(from ''Vita Nova''--You saved me,you should remember me./The spring of the year;young men buying tickets for the ferryboats./Laughter,because the air is full of apple blossom.)
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What a wonderful novel this is. Jan Karon has captured small town life and its wonderful citizens in this first novel of the acclaimed series. Being an Episcopalian I was immediately drawn to the life of "Father Tim", Mitford's Episcopal Minister and one of its leading citizens. His humble, honest, and heartfelt life truely inspires all who know and love him. Being an Episcopalian myself, I can relate to, chuckle, and enjoy the insights of the church that he has to deal with. All the characters in the novel are interesting, enjoyable, frustrating, and just plain human (aren't we all?). I look forward to reading the rest of the series and I rate Miss Karon's novel right up there with Fanne Flagg as being one of my favorite authors to read.
Very Highly Recommended!!