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When We Were Strangers
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outer-edge-design.com/components/texts/1105-location-my.php Reuse this content. Order by newest oldest recommendations. During her 10 years in a small town outside of Naples, Italy, Schoenewaldt had her own immigration experience before moving in to Knoxville, Tennessee, where she lives with her husband and their dog, Jesse.
She captivated and entertained an audience of students, faculty and community members with her readings, descriptions of her writing process and the historical background of her book. She led a thought-provoking discussion and was very receptive to audience members' questions.
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From the sun-baked cobblestones of Naples to a crowded boardinghouse in Cleveland to a grand vaudeville hall in Chicago, Pamela Schoenewaldt brings to vivid life a compelling, richly detailed world. Pamela Schoenewaldt delivers another novel full of richly realized characters, who transport us to the immigrant neighborhoods of early twentieth century America. Swimming in the Moon brings history alive with such passion and attention to detail—I was carried along by the characters and did not want the story to end.
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