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Book Review

They're sleepwalking through life

By Debra Bruno
April 9, 2008

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To be blunt, I want to take the characters in Meg Wolitzer's new novel, "The Ten-Year Nap," and shake them by their 30-something shoulders until they wake up from their self-indulgent siestas. (Full article: 610 words)

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