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Thursday, February 02, 2006

Better Halves

Someone really ought to do a study on the influence that authors' wives have had on them: from Vera Nabokov to Nora Joyce to Zelda Fitzgerald, there's bound to be fascinating material there. Contemporary authors, too, aren't immune -- as Ian Rankin, David Lodge and Douglas Kennedy affirm, at the end of an article on the worth of writing groups.


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