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thesmithian:


On a Virginia plantation in 1852, a young house slave tends to her ailing mistress, creates exquisite paintings and plans her escape. In 2004 New York, an ambitious young lawyer works night and day on the biggest case of her promising career. Tara Conklin’s debut novel, The House Girl, intertwines these women’s narratives in a story of art and injustice.

more, plus audio, and text excerpts of interview with the author, here.
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Gisele Bundchen by John Akehurst, 2000
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