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Many parts of this book were interesting. I especially liked the discussion about elitist reading...high brow versus low brow culture. I was also intrigued with Rooney's chapter on the impact of television on reading. All in all, pretty good stuff. Decent bibliography too.
As much as I did enjoy the way that The Memory Keeper's Daughter was written (it was pure poetry, people)... The storyline got a little too convoluted and then gave out about 100 pages before the end of the book. Knowing that Kim Edwards had been a short story writer before she was a novel writer (and knowing that she is... well, lyrical... oh, how I love the language she uses), I had to pick this up the other day. I haven't started it yet, but it's sitting on my kitchen table. And it's calling to me.