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« Q&A with Dani Shapiro, Author of "Family History" | Main | Happy Second Anniversary »

August 02, 2008


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Fascinating story, Gayle! I like how the book takes a turn, and one would presumably get to understand the advantages of both kinds of living.

The part about limits is interesting too, I think, to most parents since it seems always a battle to set them and enforce them. Even though children will fight limits to the end, I agree that deep down inside they do want them, because it shows that you are paying attention.


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