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It's spring, and as such, love is in the air -- perhaps nowhere more so than in William Deresiewicz's encomium to the humor, wisdom, and perennial appeal of his main literary squeeze…. [He] casts his story first and foremost as an affair for the ages. To wit, his opening gambit: 'I was twenty-six, and about as dumb, in all human things, as any twenty-six year old has a right to be, when I met the woman who would change my life.'" Read More >
- Melanie Rehak in the Barnes & Noble Review