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She’s Come Undone


Revisit Wally Lamb’s memorable debut novel She’s Come Undone.  The New York Times Books Review writes of it: ” Mr. Lamb gives his vociferous heroine truly heroic proportions, in both the physical and the psychical sense… John Updike once observed that J.D. Salinger loves some of his characters ‘more than God loves them,’  which might be said about Wally Lamb… Those characters are equally endearing to the reader, as Dolores Price is, even in her most self-deprecatory moments: this reader kept rooting for her to overcome all adversity and find peace and happiness.”  If you’re coming by to look for She’s Come Undone, you may find it in the wide ranging array of material on display for Women’s History Month.

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