Tag Archives: Ann Patchett

2. Bel Canto (Ann Patchett)

A special birthday celebration was held for Mr. Hosokawa, a rich business man.  He had been flown to an unnamed South American country,  from Japan, to experience the singing of Roxanne Coss, his favourite Opera singer.  The leaders hoped that … Continue reading

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48. Commonwealth (Ann Patchett)

“Franny, half asleep on top of the bedspread beside her husband, was unable to map out all the ways the future would unravel without the moorings of the past”. An uninvited guest shows up a christening party bearing a bottle … Continue reading

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