The Florist's Daughter

I've just finished reading Patricia Hampl's The Florist's Daughter, a memoir about her life growing up as the daughter of a florist and a very domineering mother. This is a taut, expertly written book, and the account gripped me so profoundly that I read it in two sittings.

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