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A Reading Life

A drafty castle and other teenage troubles

By Katherine A. Powers
March 26, 2006

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Like the rest of my multitudinous cohort, so odiously called ''boomers," I like nothing so much as sitting around reading novels written for children. I don't think this is really a new phenomenon. People used to be able to get away with it without looking pathetic by reading aloud to actual children. Sometimes, as in the case of my mother, ... (Full article: 1124 words)

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