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  • Vivian in Red

    This novel took a creative approach to the story by telling it through the viewpoint of a man unable to speak or write because of a stroke and then alternating with his granddaughter’s view. It created a mystery that was gradually solved step-by-step, leaving lots of confusion in the meantime. It was a wonderful story of Broadway and New York, breaking into songwriting and producing, and the love between grandparents and grand children. It’s also a reminder of the misogyny of previous generations and the way women were trivialized, their behavior infantilized, and how they were seen as less than human. It’s well-written and raises some interesting questions.

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