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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.
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 3 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 4 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 7 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 9 months ago by Michael D. Price
How can a person with an adult perspective truly describe her childhood thoughts? I would have enjoyed the book much more if it had been written when Annie was a child. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Charlotte R. Mitchell
I haven't read much of Annie Dillard, but this book is prime. Her writing is smooth and evocative. Well done.Published 10 months ago by Donald J. Richardson
Gorgeous! So beautifully written, so entertaining. It will take you in and sweep you away! I purchased it on a whim after having found it in a sale rack! A SALE RACK! Read morePublished 12 months ago by PhiladelphiaMom