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Linda Condon

by Joseph Hergesheimer

A wealthy woman never learns to have, let alone show, any emotions -- or, as the narrator puts it, to ''lose herself''. Although she does no one any harm, in the course of the novel Linda is likened to Siberia, described by her husband as a ''woman of alabaster'', and calls herself ''the most sterile woman alive.''

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