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Suddenly this book hit me, what a prize it was, out of the blue.
No matter how dull or uninteresting I have found a book, I make a specific point of finishing it and judging it on the whole.
Annie Dillard has a gift for illuminating the small beauties of an ordinary childhood in a way that makes them extraordinary.
There are no words and yet so many words to describe the work of Annie Dillard. You simply MUST read this one. Read morePublished 6 days ago by brenda
I gave this to my granddaughter as Annie Dillard is a wonderful writer from Pittsburgh. I thought my granddaughter would know and understand me based upon this book.Published 9 days ago by George Craig Jr.
A little way into this clever book I sensed that I'd been there before. Toward the end, I found out why when the author mentioned having read Jack Kerouac's On the Road "a million... Read morePublished 13 days ago by A Customer
Annie Dillard's prose is as interesting as many author's novels. This book will return you to a childhood filled with adventure and experience.Published 5 months ago by Sandra
Annie Dillard combines a poet's gift for evocation with a novelist's talent for storytelling, and what subject matter could be more beautiful, tormented, and filled with wonder as... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kristen S Barrett
Annie Dillard is one year too old to be a baby boomer since she was born in 1945. It strikes me now that I have finally finished her book that she never once mentioned television... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Donna Hill
I bought this book because I am planning to retire to Pittsburgh and a guidebook recommended it as a resource. It has nothing to do with Pittsburgh. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael D. Price