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Book -- "The Grandissimes"
Posted by: Cynthia Sheppard Johnston (ID *****6489) Date: August 19, 2003 at 11:03:21
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Has anyone else read this book? Agricole Fusilier is mentioned in this book, as well as Honore. And that is only the first chapter. There is mention of Epaminondas as the great-grandfather of Agricole. Does anyone have any verification of this?

I realize the book is fiction. However, I am wondering if it is like "Cane River" based on truth but woven with fiction to tie loose ends.


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