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March 06th 2008:Death of a Daughter and Lies About Grief

Two years after losing her daughter to a virulent strain of strep, years in which novelist Ann Hood found herself unable to read, to write, to focus on anything at all, she received a call for submissions from a literary magazine on the theme of lying. That night she sat down and composed an essay on lies about grief. That essay revived her ability to write, and laid the foundation for "The Knitting Circle," Hood's autobiographical novel about a mother coping with the loss of her only child.

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