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I hope you will follow up with a review of Freedom. I am engrossed in it, and I thought the memoir device worked pretty well, but understand the quibbling. It reads a wee bit more like Franzen than like a middle aged non-writer's work!

The ambition and sweep of the novel impress me, and I think it's successful in portraying individual lives and our times.

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