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    The Story of Arthur Truluv
    by Elizabeth Berg

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    Bibliotherapy

    The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg is by many accounts a "feel-good read" – a book that readers say makes them feel upbeat after having finished it. But that raises the question: Can a book truly influence your ... Beyond the Book
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    The Last Ballad
    by Wiley Cash

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    A Brief Look at the American Communist Party and Labor Unions

    America prospered at the turn of the 20th century, but that prosperity wasn't reflected in working conditions or compensation for laborers. Many on the left felt the American Federation of Labor leadership was corrupt and began to support ... Beyond the Book
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    Future Home of the Living God
    by Louise Erdrich

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    Saint Kateri Tekakwitha

    In Future Home of the Living God, some of the inhabitants of the reservation that is home to Cedar's birth mother, encounter a vision of Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, causing them to build a shrine in her honor. Tekakwitha was a devoted Catholic who was ... Beyond the Book
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    The Last Mrs. Parrish
    by Liv Constantine

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    Amber has lived in poverty all her life, and she has had enough. Of course, wishing to have money and power doesn't make it so, but Amber isn't one to sit quietly in the ...

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    Familial Co-Authors using One Name

    According to their website, 'Liv Constantine is the pen name of sisters Lynne Constantine and Valerie Constantine.' Hearing this piqued my curiosity regarding, not simply literary collaborations (there are tons of those), but writers who collaborate ... Beyond the Book

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