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Where You Once BelongedHaruf is an excellent writer. His books weave a group of small town characters together in such unexpected ways. I picked this book up at the library recently, knowing that I had read it before and enjoyed it, but not remembering exactly what it was about or how it ended. So as not to ruin the story (either for you or for myself if I pick it up again in 5 years), I won’t say much except to strongly recommend that you read it.

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  1. Kent Haruf taught at Nebraska Wesleyan a long time ago and I “shadowed” him for career day when I was in junior high, since I wanted to be a writer. He was very nice and gave me an autographed copy of “The Tie That Binds.” For some reason, I’ve never read any other books by him, but I think I’m inspired to now. That’s my little brush with fame, I guess…

    Comment by michele — February 1, 2006 @ 11:45 pm

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