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Of course, there are books we connect with and those we do not--for this reviewer Going Native was a miss. It goes against every fiber of my being. The mark of how good a writer Wright is can be seen in the fact that the frustration with the disparateness of each chapter is heightened by the fact that he describes the characters and scenes in each chapter so well, you want to see him continue each chapter rather than end it so you can see what happens to each of them — Wright is that good in establishing characters and scenes and moods and tensions and problems. There i You know that idea you have, about the novel that's not really a novel exactly, but not a collection of stories either, in which you follow some object like a car as it transfers from owner to owner? I am a stranger and a sojourner with you.
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