Monday, March 21, 2011

I'll Tell You a Secret by Anne Coleman

A memoir of a wealthy ingénue's experiences of spending the summers in Rural Quebec as a neighbour to renowned Canadian author, Hugh MacLennan.  I kept thinking as I was reading: "I'm so glad MacLennan has since passed and doesn't have to read this filth about his longing looks at a woman thirty years younger than he." The writing is very rambling, which mimics the rambles of memory, however it did not suit this story.

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