Ann Patchett

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Ann Patchett is an American author of both fiction and nonfiction. Winner of the 2002 PEN/Faulkner Award and the Orange Prize for Fiction in the same year, she is also the owner of Parnasssus Books in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Ann Patchett's latest novel, Commonwealth, follows fifty-two years in the life of a large family.

Ann Patchett: Commonwealth

Ann Patchett's latest novel, Commonwealth, follows fifty-two years in the life of a large family.

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Ann Patchett: State of Wonder

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Ann Patchett: Run

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