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Prague Prague
Arthur Phillips' dazzling debut novel is titled Prague. Obviously, it's set in Budapest.
 
The Watercourse The Watercourse
In the sanctuary provided by the grounds of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, where she is poet in residence, amid gardens where peacocks strut and children's voices can be heard in the small school, Cynthia Zarin composes formal, meditative poems that remind the reader of Elizabeth Bishop and Richard Wilbur.
 
Strand of a Thousand Pearls Strand of a Thousand Pearls
Dorit Rabinyan's second novel, Strand of a Thousand Pearls, is an enchanting family saga that tells the story of the Azizyans, Israelis of Persian descent. This tale of four daughters and their quest for love and marriage is a sensuous fable for adults.
 
Anything Goes Anything Goes
A break from Madison Smartt Bell's sweeping historical novels, Anything Goes brings us into the world of a twenty-something bass player who must find meaning in a life fraught with familial estrangement, tenuous band relationships, and complicated love.
 
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