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Books: Michele Roberts's “Ignorance' review.

January 21, 2013

This novel, set in a small French town during the Second World War, centers on the lives of two girls: Jeanne, the daughter of a widowed Jew who converted to Catholicism, and Marie-Angèle, whose family owns the village store. When Jeanne's mother falls ill, Jeanne . . . (Subscription required.)

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