Book Reviews: Back-To-School Novels
MICHELE NORRIS, Host:
Now that students are back to school, our book reviewer, Alan Cheuse, thinks readers should do the same. He likes a pair of new novels set in the classroom.
ALAN CHEUSE: Robert Bausch's simple but never simplistic story pours off the page with a fluidity gained from decades of experience.
NORRIS: Our own Alan Cheuse teaches writing at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
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