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March 25, 2007

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shel

"Additionally, the author's prominent status as a Harvard historian seemed an assurance that the historical setting would be believable, perhaps even--fingers crossed--vivid and atmospheric. But believable, certainly, because...well, it's Harvard, for heaven's sake."

Heh...I suppose I have a slightly more jaded version of Harvard, having gone there...trust me, there are idiots there just like there are anywhere else ;)

Daniel Arenson

Hey Ilana,

I love your writing style. Thanks for the review.

Daniel
www.DanielArenson.com

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