The Week's Best Stories From NPR BooksThis week: A double-header for Valentine's Day with novels and poetry. An oral history of Angels in America. Judy Blume at 80, and a new memoir of life and loss on an Indian reservation in Canada.
Charlotte Bronte's recently discovered manuscript contains more than 4,000 words painstakingly crammed onto 19 pages, each measuring approximately 35-by-61 millimeters.
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Brian Griffith (left), shown here in 2009 at age 26, moved home with his parents, Jay and Jennifer Griffith, after losing his job. The tight job market, especially for college grads, has prompted many young adults to move back in with their parents.
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