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  • So Long, See You Tomorrow | William Maxwell

    So Long, See You Tomorrow

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 2 mins)
    • By William Maxwell
    • Narrated By William Maxwell
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    On an Illinois farm in the 1920s, a man is murdered, and in the same moment the tenous friendship between two lonely boys comes to an end. In telling their interconnected stories, American Book Award winner William delivers a masterfully restrained and magically evocative meditation on the past

    Michele says: "wonderful"
  • The Folded Leaf | William Maxwell

    The Folded Leaf

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By William Maxwell
    • Narrated By Mark Boyett
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    Here is a classic novel from one of our most honored writers - the author of such acclaimed works as So Long, See You Tomorrow and All the Days and Nights. The Folded Leaf is the serenely observed yet deeply moving story of two boys finding one another in the Midwest of the 1920s, when childhood lasted longer than it does today and even adults were more innocent of what life could bring.

    David says: "Midwestern Misfits"
  • The Chateau | William Maxwell

    The Chateau

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By William Maxwell
    • Narrated By Karl Miller
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    It is 1948 and a young American couple arrive in France for a holiday, full of anticipation and enthusiasm. But the countryside and people are war-battered, and their reception at the Chateau Beaumesnil is not all the open-hearted Americans could wish for.

    John S. says: "Excellent choice!"
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