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The Boston Globe on Jeremy Harding's "stunning" memoir, Mother Country

Julie McCarroll 3 February 2011

In a recent piece for the Boston Globe, reviewer Amanda Heller reads Jeremy Harding's memoir, Mother Country, as a comment on national character:

If the secrecy surrounding adoption in America has to do with sex, in England, just as revealing of national character, it has to do with class. Harding's quest soon led him to the stunning realization that his own origins were not the only ones his parents had deliberately obscured.

Visit the Boston Globe to read the full review.

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