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If Kingston knew that she wouldn’t have to answer for her work, perhaps she would be able to write more freely.

She pointed out that, at the end of “Broad Margin,” Fa Mu Lan returns and takes her own life.

In that book, Kingston goes on to list the people in her life who have died in the past four years.

Earll eventually reaches the gate and blocks the door so that the plane can’t leave until Maxine arrives.

I’m deeply into it.” They are moments that allow her to anchor in the serene here and now of everyday life.

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