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Melissa Wilkerson Enc1101-102 Ron Smith August 8, 2007 The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets Lately, I have been picking books that have little to no meaning behind  them. But I have found one that happens to be quite the opposite. The Lost   Art of Keeping Secrets  is a book that I can relate to. The main character,  Penelope Wallace, is an 18 year old college student who is growing up in a  magnificent home on the English country side. The home, called Milton  Magna, is one of the most famous in England. But, during World War two,  soldiers destroyed the inside of the home; making it a shell of what it used to  be. Penelope has to deal with her beautiful home being in shambles, her  young mother Talithia, who is in denial, and her younger brother Inigo, who  wants to run away to America to become a famous rock and roll star.  Penelope has to hold her 
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family together. I can relate to her feelings. I deal with my 27 year
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Cain during the Fall '07 term at Tallahassee Community College.

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