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The Google Book snippet seems to have hidden the punch line.
John Emerson |
Saturday, 23 January 2010 at 06:56 PM
Damn it! It resolves correctly on my computer. Anyhow, the title of the book is The Draper Family in America.
Saturday, 23 January 2010 at 07:05 PM
I didn't notice the title, but I could see in the snippet that her married name was Draper.
Saturday, 23 January 2010 at 07:40 PM
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