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strout

(straʊt)
vb (intr)
to bulge
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His books list includes "Grant," by Ron Chernow, "Exit West," by Moshin Hamid, "Anything is Possible," by Elizabeth Strout and Amy Goldstein's "Janesville: An American Story.
David Smith, Nathan Strout, Christian Harder, Steven Moore, Tim Ormsby, and Thomas Balstrom
com/events/the-mowgli-andwaterstones-liverpool-bookclub/liverpool-35300 Future dates for the club are Tuesday, October 10, when the novel under discussion is the Pullitzer Prize-winning Olive Kitteridge, by Elizabeth Strout, and also Tuesday, November 14, when Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger is the subject of the literary chat.
BOOK OF THE WEEK ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE by Elizabeth Strout (Viking, hardback PS12.
Elizabeth Strout is both a maker and a master of messes, and seemingly, the bigger the better.
Three years after Libby Strout was named "Americas Fattest Teen" and was airlifted out of her house, she is ready to start her junior year of high school and put her infamous past behind her.
Coetzee's "The Schooldays of Jesus," and "My Name Is Lucy Barton," by Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout, which were both on the longlist, failed to make it to the final six.
Trust me--there's nothing tempting about indigestion Mark Strout, Belmont, MA
BOOK OF THE WEEK My Name Is Lucy Barton by Elizabeth Strout Publisher: Viking Price: PS12.
Author Elizabeth Strout sucks you into an exquisitely written story, anecdotally retold in perfectly constructed short chapters.