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Life and Idealism: 'The Last of Her Kind'

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Life and Idealism: 'The Last of Her Kind'

Life and Idealism: 'The Last of Her Kind'

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The latest novel from Sigrid Nunez, The Last of Her Kind, tracks a woman's life from her college days in the late 1960s to the present. As she describes her own life, the narrator, Georgette, also details the legacy of fierce idealism — and violence.

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The Last of Her Kind

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