Researching The Living and the Lost

by Ellen Feldman It’s a truism that writers are always squirreling away random observations, eavesdropped comments, and stray anecdotes as grist for their literary mills. A novel spanning years and featuring myriad characters can spring from a moment witnessed on … Read the article The post Researching The Living and the Lost appeared first on The […]

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by Ellen Feldman

It’s a truism that writers are always squirreling away random observations, eavesdropped comments, and stray anecdotes as grist for their literary mills. A novel spanning years and featuring myriad characters can spring from a moment witnessed on … Read the article

The post Researching The Living and the Lost appeared first on The History Reader.

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