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Favorite Passages

There is a lot of wonderful writing in this novel--please share your favorite pieces with the rest of us!
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Re: Favorite Passages

My favorite passage was near the beginning ... where Cornelia thought about feeling at home in a city vs. feeling at home in the suburbs ... In fact I am still thinking about it ... I might read it again it was so good!
I love cities too ... they are exciting and everything that I want .. but it seems like I always want to come home to the suburbs ... ug, it's hard to escape your childhood.
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