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breathing lessons
breathing lessons
Author: anne tyler
Everyone knows a couple like the Morans. Maggie with her scatterbrained ways and her just slightly irritating-but goodhearted-attempts to make everything right for everyone...and Ira, infinitely patient, who's addicted to solitaire and who whistles out popular tunes, the only barometer of his moods. They're learned all there is to know about eac...  more »
ISBN: 51078
Pages: 338
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Publisher: knopf
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 4
One of Anne Tyler's best books. She gets the domestic relationship between this husband and wife just right. Lovely book.
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Helpful Score: 3
We read this delightful Pulitzer Prize winner in our book club a few months ago and had one of our liveliest discussions ever! It seemed as though each of us could relate to at least one of the characters - either we had known someone who was just like a character or (even funnier) we could see something of ourselves in one of the characters!

And if you're an Anne Tyler fan, this one is a must!
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Helpful Score: 3
Discovering the extraordinary in the ordinary.
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Helpful Score: 3
Did not care for this book - very disappointing!
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Helpful Score: 2
As I remember it, this book was an excursion into a relationship between two people that are married, set against a trip as a perfect parallel. You know how conversations happen in a car on a long drive or stopped for gas or lunch that never seem to take place at home? I remember this being a sweet journey.
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