Whipple's Castle

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Anchor Press, Feb 1, 1988 - Fiction - 535 pages
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The Whipple's are drawn together in their desperate attempts to hold on to their fragmented lives in their great Victorian mansion

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Actually read this book when I was 16. The novel itself was a pageturner, the story was difficult for a young person to accept as real life. Real human sin and failure I had never heard of at the time until, throughout the next four decades, I came to realize that it was right in my own life the entire time. It was right in me and my family. It is in everyone. I just chose not to see or believe it. 

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
23
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