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The Wordy Shipmates
The Wordy Shipmates | Sarah Vowell
From the author of Lafayette in the Somewhat United States,The Wordy Shipmates is New York Timesbestselling author Sarah Vowell's exploration of the Puritans and their journey to America to become the people of John Winthrop's "city upon a hill," a shining example, a "city that cannot be hid." To this day, America views itself as a Puritan nation, but Vowell investigates what that means? and what it should mean. What was this great political enterprise all about? Who were these people who are considered the philosophical, spiritual, and moral ancestors of our nation? What Vowell discovers is something far different from what their uptight shoe-buckles-and- corn reputation might suggest. The people she finds are highly literate, deeply principled, and surprisingly feisty. Their story is filled with pamphlet feuds, witty courtroom dramas, and bloody vengeance. Along the way she asks: *Was Massachusetts Bay Colony governor John Winthrop a communitarian, a Christlike Christian, or conformity?s tyrannical enforcer? Answer: Yes! *Was Rhode Island?s architect, Roger Williams, America?s founding freak or the father of the First Amendment? Same difference. *What does it take to get that jezebel Anne Hutchinson to shut up? A hatchet. *What was the Puritans? pet name for the Pope? The Great Whore of Babylon. Sarah Vowell?s special brand of armchair history makes the bizarre and esoteric fascinatingly relevant and fun. She takes us from the modern-day reenactment of an Indian massacre to the Mohegan Sun casino, from old-timey Puritan poetry, where ?righteousness? is rhymed with ?wilderness,? to a Mayflower-themed waterslide. Throughout, The Wordy Shipmates is rich in historical fact, humorous insight, and social commentary by one of America?s most celebrated voices. Thou shalt enjoy it.
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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I still have a soft spot for Vowell‘s roaming travel history books, while this one was not my favorite, it was still both informative & entertaining which is her genius. Less the Puritans of Plymouth (of Thanksgiving pageant fame), and more those later arrivals of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and all the minor disagreements of faith that led to major schisms as group after group broke off (or were exiled) to later found their own colonies in ⤵️

Riveted_Reader_Melissa ↪️ Connecticut, and Rhode Island. History can be a soap opera if told right, and between Indian friendships and wars, and divisions of biblical interpretation, this has all the politics of whose in and out, depending on the day.

** side note, when her nephew Owen grows up and stops inputting tangents in these, I‘ll so miss his contributions.
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mdm139 My son is learning all about this part of history. 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Washington: “For happily the Government of the United States . . . gives to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.”

GingerAntics I just read this whole letter. I seriously wish this is how America stayed, because that‘s not been the America I have ever lived in. 2y
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90% !!!!

Squanto !!!

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Hahaha! Well honestly....who hasn‘t found themselves asking themselves that question (more and more frequently lately)🤔.

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“ (...) in the 1960s, President John F. Kennedy, believing that the United States must “bear the burden . . . of helping freedom defend itself,” invades Vietnam; otherwise, he explains, “if we stop helping them, they will become ripe for internal subversion and a Communist take-over.”(...) And then, because the U.S. will keep on going west to help people until we‘re going east, the warships and the F-117 stealth fighters hurry toward the Persian⤵️

Riveted_Reader_Melissa ↪️ (...) Vice President Dick Cheney appeared on Meet the Press and his words redrew the seal of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, replacing the Indian with a citizen of Baghdad, begging, “Come over and help us.” Of the American invasion, Cheney claimed, “My belief is that we will, in fact, be greeted as liberators.” After all, we‘re there to help.” We HaveSO MUCH to thank the Puritans for!🙄 (edited) 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Interesting.

Made me think of your comment the other day @GingerAntics

GingerAntics I don‘t agree with the bit about not being reasonable because they were born before the age of reason. That‘s ridiculous. I also disagree that the people we currently label as Puritanical do reasonable things. They do a boat load of very unreasonable things in the name of their religion. We won‘t prepare kids for their first periods or first erections because religion. 2y
GingerAntics We won‘t teach children about science because religion. We won‘t treat children like human beings because religion. The vocal ones are, sadly, highly unreasonable. “These are my beliefs, so everyone better act this way” is far from reasonable and antithetical to the founding fathers (the real ones, not the fake versions they worship) and the constitution. 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @GingerAntics I think her point is that historical Puritans, as they first came over to this country were different then the current hard-line Christian religious groups we have now. Evangelicals are pretty set in their ways, for some branches, in sone areas, but they are not Puritans...however the term Puritanical has become a catch-all to describe all of that, which today may be be much more strict than actual historical Puritans were. 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @GingerAntics so like Kleenex has became something we call all tissues (no matter the real brand), the Puritan descriptor is used for groups that are not actually Puritans. So there are noun Puritans and their beliefs, and our current usage of Puritan as a description for backward/strict, and that it might be historically a misnomer. 2y
GingerAntics True, none of them are putting people to death for premarital sex, kissing in public, or extra marital affairs. Far too many of them would be dead that way. I think the meaning has changed. I‘m hoping she‘s addressing that. People who don‘t know these people aren‘t just like the puritans are proof that the religious regime‘s education plan isn‘t working. All of the things labelled puritanical are descendants of the Puritans, though. 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @GingerAntics I don‘t think I‘m explaining this well, but I think she‘s saying actual Puritans were more questioning and open-minded than the groups we would now label as having puritan beliefs. That today‘s are more close minded and unbending than the group the term was named after. 2y
GingerAntics The Kleenex thing has always intrigued me. That is some good marketing right there. If you think about it, the Kleenex branding people did an AMAZING job at making people think “Kleenex” when they see tissues. Those guys deserve a posthumous bonus. 2y
GingerAntics I get that, but I think it‘s still missing how the word is actually being used today. The Puritan movement no longer exists. Calling something Puritanical now isn‘t saying that the person or practice in question is literally a Puritan, but that it‘s a belief that exists because of the ground work built by the Puritan settlers. Countries that expelled or didn‘t allow in Puritan groups don‘t hold beliefs like modern evangelicals do today. 2y
GingerAntics Countries the did, do. 2y
GingerAntics That interpretation of the word is supported by the dictionary. The first definition is “very strict moral or religious matters, often excessively so.” Only the second definition mentions the actual group of people. It sounds like the author is conflating the two definitions. 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @GingerAntics http://www.rinkworks.com/words/eponyms.shtml more on the Kleenex thing. I seem to remember learning or reading somewhere that the marketing was too good, when every tissue is now a Kleenex, people won‘t specifically buy your named brand (Kleenex) when they want to buy some Kleenexes (tissues), when it become the name for all of them it defeats brand loyalty. 🤷‍♀️ 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @GingerAntics and Puritans the group (1 specific religious group) came first, just like Kleenex (1 specific tissue brand) came first. Later Puritan became any strict religious idea (not necessarily Puritans) and Kleenex any tissue brand (not necessarily Kleenex brand). So the book is about the first Puritians (the original group that came to the new world), and how their image changed from first starving and learning to farm from natives, to... 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa ... Salem witch trials decades later, and how that later subset led to the name meaning the secondary descriptive name we use today for puritanical views and groups. I‘m finding that history interesting, and the history of how we co-opt their name in modern parlance, which is an interesting history of the English language too. (edited) 2y
GingerAntics That‘s a really valid point on the kleenexes. We buy kleenexes all the time, but we usually buy great value. 😂 2y
GingerAntics Okay, that‘s clearer on her aim. 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Still love her snark!

KVanRead I think #PeopleStillStupid will be my new favorite hashtag 😂 2y
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @KVanRead It‘s a good one, and we could use it for so much! 2y
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The original “readers are more empathetic”.

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“So I say to you read! Read! Something will stick in the mind, be diligent and good will come of it.”

CaffeineAndCandy ❤❤❤ 2y
KVanRead Fun book. Love Sarah Vowell. 2y
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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😂 I love her snarky history takes.

GingerAntics And yet we still won‘t tell girls about periods or boys about erections. 🙄 2y
CaffeineAndCandy 😂❤❤ 2y
Darthdad Love her other books. Been meaning to read this one 2y
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CaffeineAndCandy ❤❤❤ 2y
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I loved Assassination Vacation & thought I‘d try one of Vowell‘s other books. I almost didn‘t finish but read that the part about Anne Hutchinson was interesting, so I stuck it out. I ended up not being that interested in the Puritans, although Anne was the bright spot. I didn‘t like the audio format—different actors with Vowell narrating most of it. Why have all the big-name actors if they‘re only going to read a few lines?

ljuliel I‘ve heard that mu,it- narrator audiobooks cost a lot of money to make since everyone gets a paycheck. They probably agreed to only read a few lines for a set fee . I thought Assassination Vacation was her best so far. I like them all, but that subject was more interesting to me. 2y
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#7covers7days #covercrush Day 4

Group nomination here because these are all so fun! Also I'm playing catch-up and posting twice today because I had no time to post yesterday. #RulesShmules 🤣

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Not sure I ever understood what the central premise of this was supposed to be so I found some parts to drag and other parts seemed cut short. I would have liked to know more about how Vowell experiences this history and not necessarily a (humorous) retelling of the history.

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At home in the land of the Puritans... #beachweek #newengland #southshorema

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lahousewyfe
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I love Sarah Vowell but this one was a bit of a slog - which is why it took me since November to finish it! I'm glad I did though. The ending was worth the slog through Puritan facts.

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Sarah Vowell has a unique way of presenting history and I enjoyed her look at the Puritans and the Massachusetts Bay Colony although it was pretty dry at times. I did really appreciate some insights into local New England history especially regarding the Pequot War which took place in Mystic, CT. I also learned about Anne Hutchinson who I knew nothing about and found that the Hutchinson Parkway was named after her. V for #litsyatoz2019

BookNAround I always thoroughly enjoy her books. 3y
kspenmoll Nice review! 3y
Ncostell @kspenmoll Thanks! I didn‘t expect the history in this one to include such local CT history so I found it very interesting. 3y
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Megabooks Welcome to Litsy! 🎉👋🏻 4y
RaimeyGallant Hope it's good. :) And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 4y
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I‘ve liked other Sara Vowell books, but this one really missed the mark for me. I think the subject matter just wasn‘t appealing to me. And the flow of the book wasn‘t quite right. If I hadn‘t been listening to the audio and Sara‘s quirky voice, I might have bailed on this one. 🤷‍♀️

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1. Basically anything by Sarah Vowell, but especially The Wordy Shipmates!
2. July
3. Nope, never wanted kids despite everyone insisting YOU‘LL CHANGE YOUR MIND ONE DAY!!! Guess what? They were wrong.
4. Probably pretzels because they last a long time so less worry about them being stale 😜🥨
5. I‘ll try to find you!
#friyay #friyayintro

inthegreensandblues Definitely my favorite book about Puritans 😂 4y
2BR02B I just picked up a copy of Assassination Vacation! Really looking forward to my first Sarah Vowell. 4y
alisonrose @inthegreensandblues LOLOL same! 😜 4y
alisonrose @2BR02B That one is really good too! 4y
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I listened to the audiobook and I‘m so glad I did. The voice acting is really fun, and when it‘s being read to me I am not as bothered by the author injecting random tangents and her own opinions into the book. I learned a lot, including that the puritans were fantastic readers and loved writing and education. I really enjoyed this audio book and highly recommend it to anyone with the slightest bit of interest in American or British history 3/5 🌟

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When you have a boat in your classroom, of course you have to use it for photo ops! #currentlyreading #nonfiction

rather_be_reading haha def! 4y
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Laughterhp
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Got some book mail in today from @Natasha.C.Barnes !! Thanks!! 😊

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azulaco
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This was a slow read for me, not because it was dull, but because I had to slow down to absorb all the information that was coming at me. (Except the middle part about the Pequot Wars - I really did find that boring.) I think the author did a good job bringing the Puritans to life, and exploring the roots of modern American attitudes in Puritan beliefs. I especially found the part on Anne Hutchinson interesting.

Nute I have every intention on reading her books, but I always get about halfway through and then put them aside for another book. Her writing is good and she gives a lot of information in a small-sized book (usually about 200 pages), but I'm unable to finish them. 5y
azulaco @Nute I sympathize. I had to push my way through the middle part. It was a slog for awhile. I might not have pushed so hard if I hadn‘t had some friends I was reading it with. 5y
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azulaco
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Still plugging along with this one. I seriously could have done without the whole section on the Pequot War.

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azulaco
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#riotgrams Feb. 2: Current read. It‘s kind of a slog but I‘m about two-thirds through it.

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azulaco
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This one has been on my list for a long time. I‘m reading it long-distance with two of my oldest friends.

DivineDiana How nice that you and your friends have arranged such a “book club” ! 5y
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#NCBgiveaway Now how about some nonfiction? This one has gotten a lot more Litsy love than some of the others. Vowell's funny and approachable exploration of the Puritans sounds fascinating: "The people she finds are highly literate, deeply principled, and surprisingly feisty. Their story is filled with pamphlet feuds, witty courtroom dramas, and bloody vengeance." If you want it, comment below and I'll draw on Tuesday. US only please, sorry

DGRachel Ooh, I have this one my Litsy TBR. Looks really interesting! 5y
idrinkandiknowthings I'd heard good things about Sarah Vowell and love to read something by her! 5y
vivastory I've been meaning to read Vowell. Sounds great! 5y
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JackOBotts She is great! Adding to my TBR now!! 📚 5y
Blaire Oh fun - I like Sarah vowell. My fave is 5y
Mollyanna That does sound interesting. I will have to check Vowell out. 5y
MiyakoBunny ⛵️ 5y
ErikasMindfulShelf I‘ve been meaning to read Sarah Vowell. Thanks for the giveaway! 5y
kricheal Thanks for doing these giveaways! 5y
Laughterhp This looks interesting and I‘m not usually one for nonfiction! 5y
Ingerella This sounds super interesting. I used to hear Sarah Vowell on This American Life. 5y
TheBookStacker I love her writing! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! 5y
BookishShelly This one seems really good. 5y
ElishaLovesBooks This looks so interesting! Thanks for the opportunity to win!💗 5y
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Talk WORDY to Me 👌🏽

Bookish.Heart Yes!!! 😍 5y
Reviewsbylola My bff got me this tote for my birthday! 5y
Bookzombie 😍 5y
GrilledCheeseSamurai 😂 love it! 👍 5y
A_planNerd What an awesome gift @Reviewsbylola 5y
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Sarah Vowell makes history so accessible. She‘s funny and makes awesome comparisons to help the reader understand events and possible motivations of people she writes about. This book was about the Puritan settlers in the early 1600s. #audiobook #nonfiction

Lea I just love her books. My favorite is 5y
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#audiocooking some mac&cheese with a very hopeful beagle #dogsoflitsy (this book is great so far!)

Kaylamburson I just made Mac and cheese, too!! Yum! 5y
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Felt like listening to Vowell's deadpan humor.

Booksnchill I kept relistening to Assassination Vacation- love her! (edited) 5y
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Trying to stay sane on this super busy Monday. I love how snarky she is.

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This one has been on my TBR for a while. Finally getting to it. #litsypartyofone

DebinHawaii I'll be curious to see what you think--it's on my #TBR list too. 👍📚 5y
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Sarah Vowell has a way of taking history and making it come alive. In this book she takes puritans and the first colonies in Boston and Rhode Island and gives their story excitement.

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Lazy Sunday with the wife: broiled lobster, fresh corn, cold Riesling, and Grace and Frankie.

saresmoore I LOVE Grace & Frankie! Enjoy! 5y
[DELETED] 206653737 Cute wine glass!! 5y
DyAnne I just watched the very first episode of Grace and Frankie. Immediately downloaded all of season 1.❤ 5y
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MrBook MMMMmmmm!!! 😋 5y
minkyb Nice! 5y
LauraBeth Your glass 😻😻 5y
LilMamaMastro I just saw my Netflix notification about Season 3; excited to binge soon! Enjoy lovely food, lovely company & lovely relaxation!! 5y
ApoptyGina69 All parts of this post are wonderful! My sister has already watched G & F and is waiting for me to catch up. Soon! 🍷🤗😍 5y
Graciouswarriorprincess Love Grace and Frankie. Bing watching and finishing season two now. (edited) 5y
Jerseygirldani Where did you get that adorable wine glass??? 5y
MrBook Where's #Septimus? I want to see Septimus 😺. 5y
nadine_swartz The 🍷 glass!! 5y
Gissy 😋 5y
diovival I'm almost finished watching season 3 😂 5y
BekahPat This is perfection! Totally my kind of day. Good food, good wine, and some laughs with the one you love. 5y
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I thoroughly enjoyed this history of how the Puritan settling of Massachusetts has influenced American values and politics up to the present day. Vowell's takes on history are always informative and entertaining, and this one is no exception. The audiobook is recommended, as it is narrated by the author with assists by well-known personalities who give voice to the real-life historical figures featured in the narrative. 👍🏼

aubergine123 I really enjoyed this. I'd love to listen to the audiobook. Loved the audio of her book about Lafayette. 5y
tracyrowanreads Assassination Vacation is also quite good. 5y
Lea Love her! Is my favorite 5y
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Dogearedcopy This is one of those weird audiobooks for me: I agree that she is the perfect narrator for her book (She inserts herself into the narrative which makes it personal); but her voice drives me crazy! 5y
MsSinn I love her. Good audio rec! 5y
MadCatRamble I enjoyed it too. I've never listened to her on audio though! I may need to give it try.. 5y
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#MiaCat and I both enjoyed this account of how the Puritans settled in America. The audiobook is read by the author and a host of famous people whose job it is to give voice to the people referenced in the text through their original writing. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Sace *adds to wishlist* 5y
Sace Oh and ??? "shoe-buckles and corn reputations" in the description. 5y
DGRachel "What does it take to get that Jezebel Anne Hutchison to shut up? A hatchet." OMG-dying! ??? *stacked* 5y
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Reading The Wordy Shipmates on a ship...

britt_brooke Perfect! 🚢 5y
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Meh...I expected more. The snark doesn't sit well in a supposed historical text. (I read that the Library of Congress lists this as fiction ?) There seems to be no organization to it. And I have no idea what the thesis was.
The Audible version was odd. She had a host of actors signed on, but they read just a line or two here & there. It doesn't come off well.

On the upside, I finally know what "The Hutch" is & who it's named for.

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Immersive, well researched. It's a great dive into life with the Puritans of Plymouth colony. Only gripe is that it takes the Puritan's view of English politics of the time instead of a more objective view.

Sweettartlaura That's actually one of the more interesting points for me. I get that things didn't go as well as they could have😜. But I think it's worth remembering that by and large, especially in the New England colonies, the people coming were really trying to create something meaningful. That gets buried by the fact that, you know, there were already people living here, doing their own thing 😉 5y
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Ok Littens, I need help deciding which book I should listen to next. I'm saving Sarah Vowell for my 'W' in the #litsyAtoZ challenge for next year, so it's between these two.

MicheleinPhilly HERE COMES THE SUN!!!!! ❤️ 6y
Hoopiefoot I co-sign on Here Comes the Sun! 6y
HardcoverHearts Jumping on the Sun train! 6y
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Lindy I loved the audiobook 6y
BeththeBookDragon @MicheleinPhilly @Hoopiefoot @HardcoverHearts @Lindy Unanimous so far! Guess I know what I'll be starting! 6y
Megabooks I want a review of Here Comes the Sun when you finish! 6y
Lola All the yes to Here Comes the Sun. One of my favorite books of 2016. And the audio is tremendous. 6y
read_diverse_books Loved this cover for Here Comes The Sun. I say read that one! 6y
ultrabookgeek Here comes the sun is amazing! Loved it. 6y
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KVanRead
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Perfect accompaniment for making stuffing...the #audiobook that is, although the Bellini's not hurting either.😂 #LitsyCooks #HappyThanksgiving @Litsy @HMHCooks

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Kat.Kao
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LA Chinese Thanksgiving with the husband's family is already the best.

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Because the only thing better than reading Sarah Vowell...is listening to her read to me!

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