What’s In a Name

challenge_2018wianAs part of my effort to cut back on book buying and read unread books that I already own, I’ve signed up for the What’s In a Name Challenge over at http://wormhole.carnelianvalley.com/whats-in-a-name-2018-sign-up-post/It runs from January to December, and I’ve chosen one book from each of six categories, so I will link to my posts as I publish them.

The word ‘the’ used twice: On The Side of the Angels, Betty Miller.

A fruit or vegetable: The Greengage Summer, Rumer Godden.

A shape: Washington Square, Henry James.

A title that begins with Z: Zoe, Geraldine Jewsbury.

A nationality: The French Lieuutenant’s Woman, John Fowles.

A season: Winter Sonata, Dorothy Edwards.

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