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Intersecting lives, touched by an angel

ALICE HOFFMAN ALICE HOFFMAN (Deborah Feingold)
By Ann Harleman
April 20, 2008

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The Third Angel By Alice Hoffman Shaye Areheart, 278 pp., $25 The success of any novel, E. M. Forster maintained, rests on the power of the writer to bounce the reader into accepting what he says. In "The Third Angel," as in many of her previous 24 novels, Alice Hoffman sets herself a difficult task. Its menagerie of characters includes ... (Full article: 912 words)

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