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tani reviewed Time Will Darken It, The Chateau, and So Long, See You Tomorrow on
This Quality Paperback Book Club volume contains three of William Maxwell's greatest works. Here is some information to be found on the back cover, as I have not finished reading it yet.
The first of the three novels deals with the layers of misunderstanding among the members of a family in a small midwestern town in 1912 and was praised by the Boston Globe as being as "near to perfection as it is possible for a novel to be." The second is about a young couple vacationing in France after WWII and is hailed as, for many readers, "the most moving ...novel of Americans abroad." The last one is about a murder on a farm in Illinois in the 1920's.
And--I am adding this some years later--there was something about it that spoiled my interest in finishing it. What that was, I cannot recall at this remove, but the mere fact does tell me that I did not find the book memorable.