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The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend - Section 7: The Readers of Broken Wheel…; Encouraging Homosexuality; and Caroline 0: Books 3 Summary & Analysis

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The entire town conspires to make it appear as though Broken Wheel was an educated and well-read town in which it were normal to see people reading in the park; with their nose in a book in the restaurant; or browsing the aisles in the bookstore. Hope visitors shop the aisles and even the weather cooperates. May chooses one of the busiest times of day to come in and ask for a romance novel, seeking a Harlequin in particular. When the last Hope customer is gone, all Sara can do is laugh. Jen talks to Sara, Andy and George about what a success it was and suggesting they ride the wave of effort they’ve begun and begin an information newsletter, citing the effort is what had been missing. They consider putting news from...

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