Stephanie McCarthy

One Fine Day

In Book Reviews, Uncategorized on August 21, 2012 at 4:07 pm

I’m re-reading (yes, I know, when am I not re-reading something?) Mollie Panter-Downes One Fine Day and am once more blown away.  Her lyricism is enchanting and the world she creates of post World War II Britain is both tragic and optimistic.  I wish she had written more fiction, but since she didn’t I’m determined to track down some of the work she did for The New Yorker.  When I have time… when I’m not re-re-reading.  Keep thee away, Sarah Caudwell.

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