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In his hilarious and moving tale The Common Reader, Alan Bennett deliciously imagined England’s monarch as a woman whose mind is set free by a surprising turn to reading. Now, in this pair of novellas, the writer turns his unmatched pen onto the lives of  two women caught up in decidedly less literary concerns. Wicked — and insightful — fun.

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