|Joan Didion. “Visited DWIGHT and Ruthie (Mills College '33) CHRISTIAN at their |
very gracious island outpost, he has changed the least of our classmates over the
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|" As this book builds to its terrifying finish, we see the underpinnings of a dark historical underbelly. This is our system, the one "trying to create a context for democracy and getting [its] hands a little dirty in the process.|
|Writing with the telegraphic swiftness and microscopic sensitivity that have made her one of our most distinguished journalists, Joan Didion creates a shimmering novel of innocence and evil.A Book of Common Prayer is the story of two ...|