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is a figment, a dream, a creation—something beautiful I never hope to lose. Alice Sebold is the author of The Lovely Bones and The Almost Moon . By Sharon Salzberg After the bomb fell on Hiroshima, even greater panic swept the city when
As readers of her best-selling novel, The Lovely Bones , know, Alice Sebold has an uncanny knack for imaginatively entering the bleakest of situations and finding a kind of normalcy