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This reminds me of something I said in my review of the classic, Cranford, by Elizabeth Gaskell: For me, Cranford was one of those reads where the story was irrelevant. I didn’t care what happened or to whom nearly so much as I enjoyed the engaging word pictures, and the quirky personalities revealed along the way. . . . [What difference does the story make when the words that create it are so colorful and thought provoking? For this reader—absolutely none.