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Home Girl

Friday, August 21, 2009

Judith Matloff explains why, after 20 years as a foreign correspondent, she decided to put down roots in New York by buying a dilapidated brownstone on a rough block in West Harlem. She tells the story of building a home, starting a family, and learning to feel at home in an unusual place, in her book Home Girl.

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Judith Matloff
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Comments [1]

Roy Zornow from E. Village

How can you cover war and suffering on a massive scale only be concerned when something happens in your own "neighborhood"? Does all that other suffering not count?

Aug. 21 2009 04:49 PM

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