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Review of ‘Deafening’

After a summer of slick, steamy thrillers, Canadian writer Frances Itani's first novel is the literary equivalent of a cool autumn breeze. War and peace, language and silence, and separation and attachment are among the themes embraced in this American debut set in early 1900s Canada.

Scarlet fever robbed red-haired Grania O'Neill of her…

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