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Saturday, January 21, 2012


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Erin @ The Impatient Gardener

So funny that you're writing about Downton Abbey, as I just did on Friday. I can't get enough of it! I'm currently listening to "The House at Tyneford" which was recommended as a good book for Downton Abbey lovers in a review. Thank you for the other suggestions.

Jeanne Heuer

I have been watching Downton after good friends recommended it. But I missed last night's episode. Does it count that I went to see "The Iron Lady"?

Julie Siegel

I love that you noticed this detail.
I thought the first episode of this season showed some of the most profound war scenes I've seen. More than drama, it was the concise allusions to the juxtapositions of feelings I felt so effective in DA. Of course, I've never been in a country at war except for Guatemala.

Sarah Ross

I have also been drawn to WWI history & lit; and I'm always eager to get new titles. Thank you for this latest one--I'm just hoping it's not too esoteric for my local library system...A new winter hobby (painting) has interrupted Downton Abbey: have missed all but first episode. I'll figure out a way to catch up. Thanks again

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