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Paul Harding’s 2010 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “Tinkers,’’ takes place in the fictional setting of Enon, Mass., modeled on Wenham, Harding’s hometown. Paul Harding’s 2010 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, “Tinkers,’’ takes place in the fictional setting of Enon, Mass., modeled on Wenham, Harding’s hometown. (Anthony Pidgeon/Redferns)
By Jan Gardner
Globe Correspondent / April 18, 2010

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Yoknapatawpha, Mass. Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Harding hopes that he has found what fellow novelist William Faulkner called his “little postage stamp of native soil.” (Full article: 931 words)

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