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Review of ‘A Partial History of Lost Causes’

What compels us to cling to hope in hopeless circumstances? That’s the intriguing question first-time novelist Jennifer duBois explores in a story that evocatively connects two characters whose biographies give little hint of the way their destinies ultimately merge.

The novel takes its title from the name of a hand-produced dissident journal teenager Aleksander Bezetov…

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