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My Latest Grievance stars the beguiling teenager Frederica Hatch, the Eloise of Dewing College. Born and raised in the dormitory of this small women's college and chafing under the care of the most annoyingly evenhanded parental team in the history of civilization, Frederica is starting to feel that her life is stiflingly snug. That all changes with the arrival on campus of a new dorm mother, the glamorous Laura Lee French, the frenetic center of her own universe.

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My Latest Grievance stars the beguiling teenager Frederica Hatch, the "Eloise of Dewing College." Born and raised in the dormitory of this small women's college and chafing under the care of "the most annoyingly evenhanded parental team in the history of civilization," Frederica is starting to feel that her life is stiflingly snug. That all changes with the arrival on campus of a new dorm mother, the glamorous Laura Lee French, the frenetic center of her own universe.

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From the author of "The Inn at Lake Devine" comes a pitch-perfect novel abouta young woman, too smart for her own good, and the chaos that ensues when herpath crosses that of her glamorous new next-door neighbor.

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ELINOR LIPMAN is the author of eight previous novels, including The Inn at Lake Devine, and My Latest Grievance, winner of the Paterson Fiction Prize. In 2001 she won the New England Book Award for Fiction. The film Then She Found Me, directed by and starring Helen Hunt, is based on her first novel.

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A delightful comic novel with a sharply and humourously drawn academics, adolescents and the best intentions. a fun summer read full or verve and hilarity.
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Lipman, Elinor
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Boston
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Literary
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Domestic fiction
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College teachers
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Literature-A to Z
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20070531
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My Latest Grievance stars the beguiling teenager Frederica Hatch, the "Eloise of Dewing College." Born and raised in the dormitory of this small women's college and chafing under the care of "the most annoyingly evenhanded parental team in the history of civilization," Frederica is starting to feel that her life is stiflingly snug. That all changes with the arrival on campus of a new dorm mother, the glamorous Laura Lee French, the frenetic center of her own universe.
"Synopsis" by , From the author of "The Inn at Lake Devine" comes a pitch-perfect novel abouta young woman, too smart for her own good, and the chaos that ensues when herpath crosses that of her glamorous new next-door neighbor.
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