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Review: Pride/Prejudice by Ann Herendeen

So, it’s OK to say you hate Herendeen’s Pride/Prejudice, and it’s OK to say you love it; it’s not OK to say you were shocked—shocked I tell you!—to discover two men making love with one another and, quite separately, of course, with their wives. Oh, sorry, didn’t mean to reveal that much. Continue reading

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Ann Somerville: A Review, A Reprint and A Retrospective

Preamble “2042. Post-peak oil America is a much more insular and inward looking country than now, with severely restricted immigration and international defense activities. Like most countries, imports of all kinds are limited because of cost, with a new emphasis on home and … Continue reading

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