In other news, I finished Jayber Crow and loved it so much I immediately started Nathan Coulter and finished it, too! I feel like, having read both those books, I know so much more about the male mind - about every man I've ever known. Each character in the books is a certain kind of man. They each have their insecurities and their struggles, but it is so completely different from the way women work and think and do. Fascinating. And not the least bit nostalgic for me.
Ah - now I'm looking forward to Hannah Coulter. Nathan Coulter was written from the perspective of Nathan as a child and early teen, Hannah is his wife and that story is written from Hannah's perspective as an old woman.
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