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Tom Matlack

Pearl Buck: Bones and a deeper truth

Pearl Buck in 1935, four years after she won the Pulitzer Prize. Pearl Buck in 1935, four years after she won the Pulitzer Prize. (The New York Times)
By Tom Matlack
August 21, 2010

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Pearl Buck, my great aunt, set the foundation for the feminist movement, changed the view of the East in the West, and revolutionized adoption. (Full article: 694 words)

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