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Reader recommendation: March Was Made of Yarn

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By Rosalie Dunbar, Dracut, Mass. / July 24, 2012


March Was Made of Yarn: Reflections on the Japanese Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Meltdown, edited by Elmer Luke and David Karashima, is a remarkable book of stories and essays. Some moved me to tears. It was sometimes hard to put my Western outlook aside, but I feel blessed by the effort.

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