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April 8, 2005 | Merle Rubin Special to The Times, Special to The Times
The first words we encounter in Jennie Erdal's absorbing memoir, "Ghosting," are those of a tender love letter written by a rather erudite man to his wife. Only, as Erdal next informs us, the words weren't written by the man but for him by Erdal herself. "The letters mattered greatly to the man who put his name to them," she adds, "for they often expressed what he was not capable of articulating on his own....
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May 22, 2005 | Susan Salter Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
IT'S no secret how hot the literary scene in London can be. Reviewers are more outspoken; the press exhibits the same fascination with writers and publishers that we shine on starlets and movie moguls. And everyone loves a good controversy.
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May 22, 2005 | Susan Salter Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
IT'S no secret how hot the literary scene in London can be. Reviewers are more outspoken; the press exhibits the same fascination with writers and publishers that we shine on starlets and movie moguls. And everyone loves a good controversy.
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April 8, 2005 | Merle Rubin Special to The Times, Special to The Times
The first words we encounter in Jennie Erdal's absorbing memoir, "Ghosting," are those of a tender love letter written by a rather erudite man to his wife. Only, as Erdal next informs us, the words weren't written by the man but for him by Erdal herself. "The letters mattered greatly to the man who put his name to them," she adds, "for they often expressed what he was not capable of articulating on his own....
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