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Read-n-Rider
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

Great idea; thanks--I just did the same thing!

 

Joan

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KimberlyH
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

Great map!  I would love to see the old car location.  I had the island completely backwards in my mind!
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HannibalCat
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor


Read-n-Rider wrote:

Great idea; thanks--I just did the same thing!

 

Joan


  Me, too. Great thinking.

 

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SallyRose
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

I really love the map..it helps to pin point the places as my mind had a very different picture...more like a dream sequence.  Now it will all seem more real.
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Jess_H
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

Thank you for posting this!  It helps to better visualize the group of boys roaming through the streets of Sag Harbor.
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floreader
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

What a great map!  I love all the little details.  It really helped me visualize the story.  I agree that it would be a great addition to the published book.
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cocospals
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Re: Colson Whitehead's Map of Sag Harbor

I love the map and do hope it will be part of the published book. It is funny though, I thought Mr. Whiteheads description of Sag Harbor was so clear and so descriptive that I had it pictured almost the same way as the map shows it.
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