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Question of the Week

Published January 31, 2001 at 6:50 p.m.

Reading The House of Mirth and eagerly awaiting the movie, I wish I could commission Edith Wharton to write about today’s society.

— William Folmar

Owner, Waterfront Video,


It would have to fascinate me for days.

— Jessie Sesnon

Barrista, Mirabelle’s


Ulysses — The Sequel.

— Alison Fitzpatrick

Pottery Manager, Bennington Potters North


The Man’s Infallible Guide to Gaining and Keeping Women’s Affection.

— Jason Bathgate

Chef, Mist Grill


Peace in Our Time.

— Ray Victory

Bookkeeper, Red Square


How to build my own self-composting toilet!

— Heather Barry

Vitamins & Supplements, Healthy Living

South Burlington

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