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BrokenTune 5 years ago
Aah, but that aspect was handled quite well in this book (or any of the Ripley books). I quite like the way Highsmith adds it in a it-is-what-it-is kind of way. No drama. Not much conflict. For all the conflicting views she may have held in her own person, her characters are very well drafted without resorting to any cliches and without being defined by only one aspect of their lives.