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AMNESIA' A FORGETTABLE, MEANDERING TALE
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Sun Sentinel - Fort Lauderdale
Author: STEVEN S. KLOTZ Special to the Sun-Sentinel
Date: Jun 26, 1994
Start Page: 10.D
Section: ARTS & LEISURE
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Instead, a mysterious stranger pops in and proceeds to lay out the confusing story of his life. It involves an extraordinarily unendearing family of mildly eccentric parents, siblings, and schoolmates, none of whom would merit a comma in The World According to Garp, a book of style and substance along similar themes. But how profound, how touching, how revealing is it, really, to devote a third of a novel to lead up to a line lisped by his little brother about his older brother's magic machine: "It's for bringing puppieth to life?"

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