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The Year of Magical Thinking

National Book Award Winner

The book is a memoir that explores the author's grief and mourning following the sudden death of her husband, writer John Gregory Dunne, and the illness of their daughter, Quintana. Didion reflects on the fragility of life and the process of coming to terms with loss through a narrative that weaves personal memories with literary and philosophical insights.

Key points:

1. Grief: The book explores Didion's personal grief journey after losing her husband and dealing with her daughter's illness.

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