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Author’s introduction: Months afterwards giving bearing to her firstborn son as an bachelor jailbait in 1961, Margaret Erle Katz became one of an estimated three actor adolescent women in the decades afterwards World War II and afore Roe v. Wade who was forced—by her family; by society; and alike New York Accompaniment law, which until 1971 criminalized premarital sex—to abandonment her firstborn son into an acceptance arrangement advised to accumulate the identities of bearing families, adoptees, and adoptive families a secret. Margaret, the 17-year-old babe of Jewish refugees in Manhattan, did all she could to advance aegis of her son. She pushed abreast the awkward admonitions of her parents, maternology home officials, and amusing workers, who told her she would “forget” her babyish and move on. She eloped with her son’s father, George Katz, but was no bout for the bloodthirsty industry absorbed on carrying white breed to the homes of hopeful couples who were clumsy to accept in a period—the Babyish Boom—in which creating families was a civic fetish.
Margaret and George Katz had had three added accouchement and were adopting their ancestors in New Jersey in 1981. Unbeknownst to anyone, alike George, Margaret still anticipation circadian about the son she’d been apprenticed into accommodated to Louise Wise Services, the Manhattan acceptance bureau into whose aegis her mother had active her. Over the years, she had alleged the bureau to acquaint the son she’d alleged Stephen of the illnesses in the ancestors tree. Aback Stephen was a adolescent adult, Margaret herself was acceptable politicized by adoptee-rights activists in New York and began aggravating to acquisition him herself. Thwarted by New York’s byzantine clandestineness laws, she bound to leave her acquaintance advice for him at the agency’s Upper East Ancillary offices.
As abundant as Margaret approved to avoid the affair of adoption, it connected to balloon to the surface. One day, during a quiet moment, she best up a bi-weekly and saw a banderole that apprehend “Parents Appetite Proposal Defeated.” The commodity addressed the apropos of adoptive parents, who were aggravating to block the admission of a bill to acquiesce New Jersey adoptees admission to their aboriginal bearing certificates. In the abrupt piece, a woman who represented the accumulation Concerned Adoptive Parents said such a bill represented an “intrusion into the adherence of the home and claimed lives,” and was a “betrayal” that would account no one.
How, exactly, was the legislation a “betrayal”? Margaret wondered. She absolutely wouldn’t feel that way if Stephen activate her and got in touch. Didn’t Stephen accept the appropriate to apprentice added about himself? And didn’t she accept the appropriate to apprentice what had happened to him, her own beef and blood?
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Focus, Margaret, she told herself. Focus. Attending at your admirable family. She envisioned Stephen at the Louvre; at the Colosseum; praying at Jerusalem’s Western Wall—and aloft all, with the admiring parents who were adopting him. She affronted the page.
When Gertrude died of metastatic blight in 1978—Margaret cared for her till the end—she acquainted a circuitous ambit of emotions: sadness, guilt, and a activity that a weight had lifted. The abstruse remained, but with Gertrude gone, the force of its aching had amorphous to abate anytime so slightly. Afterwards the burial and shiva, Margaret affronted her absorption to Josef. Ill with emphysema, he fell into a abysmal depression. Aback he wasn’t silent, he’d accept affronted outbursts. “Let me die,” he’d say aback doctors approved to cesspool his lungs. As she generally did, Margaret winced with affliction as she remembered how she’d abashed her parents with the pregnancy. Was it somehow, afterwards all these years, deepening his anguish? She approved to put her airy son out of her mind.
But one day in aboriginal 1980, she looked bottomward at the classifieds area of a New York bi-weekly that was sitting on the kitchen countertop. She saw a apprehension for an ALMA affair the afterward anniversary at a ample Protestant abbey in midtown Manhattan. She took it as a affirmation that she couldn’t delay to acquisition Stephen a moment longer.
On the appointed evening, afterwards an aboriginal dinner, she told George she had to arise a academy affair in addition town. “It will go actual late,” she told him. She dressed in her best slacks and jacket, raced in her wood-paneled base wagon to a parking lot at Princeton Junction, and took a alternation into the city. She took the alms uptown, departure a few blocks from the church. She anxiously glanced to see if anyone she knew was abaft her as she accurate the address, and scanned the artery afresh as she stepped calculating up the accomplish of the red sandstone church. She absolved admiral to the additional floor, area she heard choir amphibian from the amusing hall. A woman in the aperture noticed her continuing there.
“You’re actuality for the ALMA meeting?” she asked. Margaret nodded, too shy to speak.
“Come on in,” the woman said.
More than a dozen bodies stood abreast a table in the affair room, bubbler coffee and bistro cocktail nuts. Best of them were women. Margaret, anxious, glanced about the room. She didn’t admit a distinct face, but she sat on a metal folding armchair in the aback above in case. Afresh a woman about Margaret’s age stood up afore a lectern. “Can anybody apprehend me?” she asked in a clear, calm voice. She wore overalls and had creamy, anemic bark and blubbery chestnut beard in a complect that dangled over one shoulder. Aback she smiled, abysmal dimples punctured both cheeks. She alien herself as Pam Hasegawa.
She was born, she said, in New York Burghal in 1943, the year afore Margaret, and adopted at bearing by a Manhattan couple. She was their alone child. She had never afflicted a claret about until she delivered her firstborn, Sergei, a boy she and her Japanese-born bedmate alleged afterwards the artisan Rachmaninoff.
She batten about the abstruse allegation for adoptees to accept admission to their aboriginal bearing certificates, and how accompaniment laws in all but Kansas and Alaska prevented them from accomplishing so. She batten attentive about her affable adoptive father, but did not shy abroad from her abandoned childhood, and the difficulties she’d had with her backward mother. Her mother had been mentally ill and was generally institutionalized during astringent affection swings in which she absent blow with reality. Pam was candid: aback her adoptive mother died aback she was 12, she acquainted a accountability fade.
At the aforementioned time, though, her abatement seemed to ammunition alike added accepted fantasies about award her bearing mother. Pam said she envisioned her as a kind, abiding attendance who admired classical music as abundant as she did.
Her mission, and ALMA’s—Pam was additionally allowance to advance aldermanic efforts in New Jersey—was to apprentice the best basal of truths: who she was, and area she came from. She smiled acutely as she concluded her abrupt talk. “I apperceive abounding of you will accept me aback I say this much: whenever I see bodies with dimples, or bouncing amber beard that’s the aforementioned blush as mine, it’s absolutely adamantine not to stare,” she said. “You consistently wonder: Are you my mother? My sister? My brother? My father?”
By then, Margaret was rapt. She hadn’t appear a chat about her missing son in years. She’d spent 17 years attractive for him in crowds, apprehensive if boys with biconcave chins ability be him, afresh reminding herself that it couldn’t possibly be him—Stephen, afterwards all, lived abroad. Margaret had been absorbed by Florence Fisher’s story, but she’d capital to accept her bouldered adolescence had been the exception. Adoptees were declared to accept bigger lives. Bigger parents. A new start.
Now she was audition about the acquaintance of addition adoptee, in person, whose adventures echoed both Fisher’s and her own. Did Stephen anticipate she had alone him, or was a “bad girl”? What if he was affronted at her and never capital to accommodated her? Worse, what if he was sick? Or, like Pam, acquainted unloved? As Pam’s words sank in, Margaret approved not to cry. Maybe Stephen absent her, too, and was attractive for her. Maybe he had questions about his heritage. What if his adoptive parents were dead, and he had nobody?
Pam—a absent daughter—had kept her composure, so Margaret—a absent mother—resolved that she could too. Margaret, of course, had met abounding added abundant girls at Lakeview. But the civic ambit of acceptance had never dawned on her. Pam’s amorous abode spelled it out: What had happened to mothers like Margaret and to the accouchement from whom they were afar was a profound, atrocious amiss with base roots. Together, they could advice set things right.
As Margaret listened, she began to understand, for the aboriginal time, the abomination of what she had endured. Pam, who had become a abutting acquaintance of Florence Fisher’s, declared the acquaintance as a massive injustice. It wasn’t above Margaret, George, and Stephen who suffered from the silence, secrecy, and judgments surrounding adoption, it was in actuality millions of others. Hasegawa, citation abstracts broadly circulating at the time, said that in 1980 there were added than 5 actor active adoptees. And admitting the claims of acceptance workers, adopted bodies were not tabula rasa, and acceptance was not a detached event: it afflicted anybody involved, for generations. According to Pam, few bodies in the United States could affirmation that acceptance didn’t blow them. By abacus bearing and adoptive parents, additional siblings, bisected siblings, and eight grandparents, she said, adoptee- rights advocates estimated that about a third of Americans had a articulation to acceptance in their absolute actual families.
After the talk, Margaret mustered the adventuresomeness to acquaint herself and ask what she could do to acquisition Stephen. She had no admiration to annals with ALMA; what would postal workers anticipate if they saw a letter from the organization? Worse, what if the kids activate it? Pam appropriate they sit down, and as they faced anniversary added at a artificial folding table, Pam explained the accomplish Margaret could booty to chase for her son. Luckily, Pam said, Stephen had been built-in in New York City. Pam explained that in New York City, the bearing of every adolescent is recorded in an basis with a cardinal that additionally appears on his bearing certificate; at the time, the indexes were stored in behemothic ledgers at the capital annex of the New York Public Library.
For New York Burghal adoptees, the aforementioned cardinal issued on the burghal basis appeared on four records: in the basis with their bearing names, on their aboriginal bearing certificates, in the bearing basis with the adoptive name, and on the adapted bearing certificate. Pam told Margaret to chase through the ledgers to acquisition Stephen’s cardinal in the bearing index. It would arise with Stephen’s name, his bearing date, and a cipher acquainted that he had been built-in on Staten Island. Once Margaret activate Stephen’s basis number, Pam explained, she could use it to bout him with his adoptive name.
Margaret larboard the affair activity about giddy. Now she had a map. But every time she anticipation of authoritative the cruise to the library, some burning amount arose. Josef was added ill, and with three baby children, it seemed too chancy to bastard into Manhattan for the day.
Then, in April 1981, Josef died.
She admired her father, but as she austere out his clothes afterwards the shiva, she additionally accomplished that now she had added abandon than anytime to activate her search. The accouchement were all in school, and while the tasks of cooking, cleaning, and carpooling were about absolutely hers, she assuredly had time to herself. Afterwards about two decades, her admiring to acquisition her son had alone intensified. She could go into New York Burghal afterwards accepting to anguish or explain herself—at atomic not too much.
One day in backward spring, she planned her cruise with abundant care. She told George she bare to buy some bedding on auction at Macy’s abreast Herald Square, and fabricated a appearance out of abridgement some coupons from the bounded newspaper. Once George larboard for work, and the accouchement for school, she dressed in a brim and blouse, abiding herself a turkey sandwich, and collection to the station. She got off the bus at Port Authority, striding accomplished the actual aforementioned aboideau area she bent the bus to elope. About 18 years had anesthetized aback that moment, and Margaret took it as a sign. In Judaism, 18 is the attribute for the letter Chai, and the cardinal and its multiples are symbols of luck.
She absolved the three continued blocks east to the majestic library, accomplished the marble lions and up the beat accomplish to the entrance. She knew the abode well, of course—she had additionally appear to the library to abstraction bus schedules and the accompaniment rules for marriage. Now she was advancing to try to acquisition her son.
The librarian in allegation of the bearing indexes accepted her driver’s license. Margaret sensed that the man knew why she was analytic the records, and her affection fluttered at what she acquainted was a accusatory glance. She fabricated abiding to affectation her left, wedding-ringed duke aback extensive for the aboriginal behemothic amber balance of 1961 births. The man issued a warning, already acquaint in several places. “No purses, no bags, no pens, pencils, or cardboard allowed,” he bellowed.
She about didn’t apperceive area to start. Pam had explained that the births were listed alphabetically by surname, but aback Margaret took bottomward the aboriginal balance of surnames from A to K to acquisition Erle, she was so affected by fretfulness she couldn’t focus. She alternate the ledger, her chase acquiescent nothing. She arrested her watch every few minutes, abashed she’d be backward to aces up the linens, abashed she’d absence the bus aback to Roosevelt. Abashed addition would acquisition her out.
Finally, she larboard empty-handed—and dejected. She rushed eight blocks south to Macy’s and bought the aboriginal set of bedding she put her easily on.
On her acknowledgment to Roosevelt, she bent afterimage of her absorption in the window. She was about to about-face 36. Her beard was continued and wavy. Her eyelashes were long, her almond eyes were belted with liner, and her face still looked youthful. Or did it? In the ablaze afternoon light, she noticed the faintest of crow’s anxiety and a baby bulge amid her eyebrows.
A few weeks later, Margaret told George she had to arrangement a ailing acquaintance in Manhattan. She got off the bus, raced against the library, and confidently asked for the balance absolute the E’s. This time, she activate the advertisement immediately. It was affidavit of her son’s birth—and her as his mother—in atramentous and white. As Pam had promised, Stephen’s name, the date and area of his arrival, and the aftermost four digits of his burghal bearing almanac cardinal were all there. Aback she saw the listing—she committed the numbers to memory—her affection leapt. Now all she had to do was acquisition the analogous cardinal in the basis abutting to his adoptive name.
She devised new excuses to go into the city. George didn’t ask questions, and by now, her trips to the library were about routine. Margaret was on a mission as she alternate to the allowance of ledgers. She had Stephen’s bearing date and the four-digit catastrophe as clues, but had little abroad to go on as she approved the basis access of his new name. The indexes were abiding alphabetically by year, and Margaret affected that Stephen had been adopted anon afterwards she had active the abandonment affidavit in May 1962. Hour afterwards hour, cruise afterwards backbreaking trip, she combed through seven months of 1962 ledgers attractive for the numeric bout that would acknowledge her son’s adoptive name.
She approved to advance abroad addictive thoughts, canonizing those months afterwards Stephen’s bearing aback she lived at the YWCA, so atrocious to get him back. She anticipation of the weeks she’d spent in this actual building, scouring bus routes in her aboveboard acceptance that eloping would accumulate her new ancestors together. She anticipation of the tiny images of Stephen as a atramentous three-month-old, and of his amusement the aftermost time she saw him. What did he attending like now? Surely he was in college: Did he alive at home with his parents and drive to school, or did he alive on a campus? What did he like to eat? Did he like sports, like his ancestor and Mark? Was he artistic, like Lisa? Did he like Billy Joel? Did he like appearance tunes and jazz, like her? Did he accept a adroitness for singing and performing, like Cheri? Already the little babe had a able articulation that belied her baby body. With absolute pitch, she’d already amorphous singing circuitous lyrics into a toy microphone.
One day, not continued afterwards Thanksgiving, Margaret stepped out of the bus terminal, greeted by canned Christmas music, ablaze lights, and Santas campanology Salvation Army bells. It was algid and rainy, and she wore cossack and a rain beanie to awning her hair. She had been analytic for six months, combing through hundreds of columns for the analogous digits, with her eye abnormally on accepted Jewish surnames. She raked through names from Ackerman to Cohen, from Franken to Mossberg, from Pasternak to Wasserman.
When she was bottomward to the belletrist amid W and Z, she gave herself a pep talk. Maybe he’d been adopted by some Weissmans. Or addition whose aftermost name started with Z. But aback her eyes assuredly fabricated it through the Zwerdlings, she capital to cry. All those books, all those names: Had she absent one? Could she have? Should she alpha again? And afresh she told herself no. She had been so careful. She had acclimated an basis agenda to adviser her coast through anniversary folio so she wouldn’t skip a line, so her eyes wouldn’t comedy tricks if she was tired. She’d apprehend anniversary 1962 book twice, scanning for the four-digit bout that would accord her her son’s new name. It never dawned on her that the acceptance had happened about two years afterwards he was born. His name would not be anywhere she was looking.
On that atramentous day, aback she got up to acknowledgment the final balance to the librarian, she acquainted some achievement flee. Maybe he’d been adopted in Israel. Or Italy. Maybe it above wasn’t meant to be.
She abreast tears as she confused aback through the crowds to Port Authority and affected herself to anticipate about what she did have: a bedmate and three accouchement she cherished. She climbed aboard the bus activity despondent. But afresh article aberrant happened: she got angry—an affect she hadn’t felt, not really, aback the canicule in the hospital aback she accepted to see her son. She anticipation of Florence Fisher and the bootless legislation. She anticipation of Pam, and the army of others at the church. She anticipation of the futility of her chase at the library. Why was this so hard? And wasn’t there article added she could do? Margaret did what she usually did with her apperception and easily and fabricated herself busy. Hanukkah was approaching, so that atramentous on her way home from the station, she chock-full at the abundance to buy the potatoes and onions she would accomplish into pancakes and benumb for the aboriginal night of the anniversary afterwards that month. She was quiet that night as she fabricated dinner; she was quiet as she helped the kids with their homework. George watched hockey on television, and afterwards she kissed Lisa, Mark, and Cheri acceptable night, she above to her ablution and drew herself a hot bath. She caked in a cup of Epsom salts and stepped in as the baptize lapped about her, muffling her sobs.
She woke up the abutting morning, fabricated breakfast for everyone, and set about annoying the vegetables and frying the latkes. She fabricated assemblage afterwards stack—enough for her family, abundant for the acquaintance kids, and abundant to accord her time to anticipate as the aroma of the oniony oil permeated her kitchen. Instead of absorption on her first, abortive search, she anticipation of a new way to acquisition Stephen. Her apperception was a jumble.
She knew this much: Her son would be 20 in a few weeks, a acknowledged developed in New York. The Twenty-Sixth Amendment, anesthetized in 1971 during the Vietnam War, had bargain the minimum voting age to 18 in all states; in New York it had become the age of majority for both men and women. What was endlessly her from activity anon to Louise Wise? Afterwards her dozens of calls about the family’s medical issues, absolutely they had a appropriate book on him; maybe they alike knew area he was.
She pushed abreast her memories of the time she’d been there, accession through the hidden access and afresh waiting, abundant and terrified, as Gertrude and a amusing artisan advised her and her baby’s future. But now she was addition different: Mrs. Margaret Katz. She would access through the advanced accomplish and leave her acquaintance information. Now the agents would amusement her with respect. Surely, she believed, they would advice her. Things were altered now: a woman had above been appointed to the Supreme Court. She dialed Louise Wise’s number; she hadn’t abandoned it from the artful calls from buzz booths. This time, she fabricated up a name and a adventure about how she and her bedmate were absorbed in adopting a child. She capital to appear in, she said, and bare to apperceive their arrangement hours. For the aboriginal time ever, the woman who answered the buzz at Louise Wise Services was kind.
“Nine to five, Mrs. Meyer,” she told Margaret. “Thank you actual much,” Margaret responded.
“We achievement to be seeing you soon, Mrs. Meyer,” the agent said. “Please alarm to agenda an arrangement aback you are ready.”
As she captivated the latkes in tinfoil, she glanced at her kitchen calendar. She would arrangement the agency’s affected brownstone on East Ninety-Fourth Artery on December 18, a Friday, 20 years and a day afterwards she’d accustomed bearing to Stephen. He was a developed man now and had the appropriate to apperceive his origins if he wished—to apperceive she’d never chock-full cerebration about him. Never chock-full wondering. Never chock-full admiring him. Maybe he would alike appetite to meet. She’d apparent bawling reunions of mothers who’d absent their accouchement to acceptance on television. Maybe, she thought, Stephen would appetite the same. She absurd all-embracing him; she absurd George all-embracing him; she absurd all four ancestors all-embracing one another. Who would he best attending like?
The morning of her journey, she appear to George nonchalantly that she had to buy Hanukkah ability for the holiday’s alpha two canicule later. He didn’t flinch. If he doubtable anything—and she believed he didn’t—he never let on.
On that morning, a Friday, she saw anybody off and took a few bites of toast. She put on her best pantsuit and her continued winter covering and pulled on her amber covering gloves. It was cold, and she collection herself to the base with a committed purpose.
She brought a book to apprehend on the 45-minute bus ride to Manhattan, but she was so excited, she couldn’t concentrate. She approved praying. She approved breath exercises. Her apperception raced—what if there was a agenda from Stephen already cat-and-mouse for her? The ride seemed to booty forever, and Margaret arrested her watch every few account as the bus chugged arctic in pre-Christmas cartage on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Finally, it pulled into Port Authority. Margaret pushed her way through the midmorning anniversary crowds to the ladies’ room. As she afflicted up her beard and active her makeup, she absitively to splurge on a taxi. She looked pretty. Respectable. Accessible to be accustomed at Louise Wise.
When she stepped into the cab, her affection still fluttering, she afresh approved to anticipate accepting some abrupt account of her son. Maybe there’d be chat about his admirable childhood. She acquainted the aforementioned billow of achievement she had acquainted as a jailbait aback the amusing workers reassured her about his bris. In her head, she accomplished what she was activity to acquaint the receptionist, authoritative abiding the words came out evenly.
As the cab catholic flush and afresh beyond the esplanade accessory with Christmas lights, Margaret afresh approved to calm her ragged breathing. Aback the disciplinarian inched against the brownstone on East Ninety-Fourth Street, she acquainted buoyed with confidence. She hoped she’d acknowledgment triumphantly to George that night with admirable account of their son’s whereabouts. Her apperception flashed briefly to Florence Fisher’s contrary mother, so aflutter of what her additional ancestors ability think. Such worries could not accept been added from Margaret’s mind. Everybody who had been abashed of her was dead. If the neighbors fabricated a fuss, tough—they’d accept to cope. Lisa, Mark, and Cheri would admire their big brother.
She’d alike apprehend some added contempo belief about ALMA. There were lots of bodies out there attractive for their parents. Surely her Jewish son, adopted by Jewish parents through a Jewish bureau founded by the wife of one of America’s best arresting rabbis, capital to acquisition her too. Admitting how Gertrude and Fritz had acted, she reasoned, Jews, as a people, cared about family, aloft all else. Didn’t they?
She looked up at the affected architecture and the aflame Palladian window she’d alone glimpsed from the inside, absolved up the advanced steps, and rang the buzzer with her gloved basis finger. She heard a bang and pushed accessible the aperture to the vestibule. She bankrupt the abundant alfresco aperture abaft her, stepped assimilate the black-and-white-tile floor, and apprenticed addition bell.
“May I advice you?” said a woman’s voice.
“My name is Margaret Erle Katz,” she said, authoritative abiding to accumulate her accent measured. “I’m actuality to leave acquaintance advice for my son. I gave bearing to him on Dec. 17, 1961.”
There was no response. Margaret afflicted the buzzer again.
“Yes?” the aforementioned articulation asked.
“His ancestor and I are married, and he has three siblings. I’ve alleged abounding times with medical information.” She paused. “I don’t appetite to baffle with his life, but I’d like to leave my cardinal and abode for him,” Margaret said.
There was no response.
Through the vestibule’s bottle panels, Margaret could see a woman in an arrangement at the end of the hallway. The woman did not attending up at her. Margaret rang the buzzer again.
She could apprehend a click, but this time, no voice. Margaret continued: “I’d like to leave acquaintance advice for our son, so that if he anytime looks, he’ll apperceive how to acquisition us. Can I amuse appear allocution to someone, so I can leave him our number?”
Her affirmation began to flee; her indignation, to rise. All the years she’d alleged in secret; all those years fearing addition would betrayal her. All the years she’d capital to address but didn’t, abashed a acknowledgment letter would acknowledge her secret.
She rang the alarm a fourth time, aware, as she stood in the aerial amplitude on marble tiles, above how algid it was outside. “Hello?” Margaret said again. “May I amuse appear in?”
There was a pause. This time, the woman’s articulation was threatening, not aloof. “You’d bigger leave, or we’ll alarm the police. You’re trespassing.” It took a moment for the words to bore in. Afresh Margaret acquainted her knees buckle, and she channelled to the floor. Curled into a fetal position, at aboriginal she was mute. Aback a cry assuredly emerged, it seemed disembodied, blind in the air as if it had appear from far away. Afresh she began to sob. Panic, rage, fear, and abashment sprang from such a abysmal well, all she could do to accumulate her affections was cantankerous her accoutrements and bedrock herself from ancillary to side, as if aggravating to mother herself. Was Stephen dead, and they weren’t cogent her? Had he died of affliction as a child? In a abhorrent blow as a teenager? Was that the acumen she’d had those nightmares?
The articulation alleged to her again. “If you don’t leave now, we’ll alarm the police.”
Margaret affected herself to angle up and go.
As she affronted to face the door, she shuddered uncontrollably. It was near-freezing outdoors. Her limbs were cold, but her body, beneath layers of clothing, began to perspire profusely. As bound as she’d been as a jailbait to affirmation her son as her own, this time, she acquainted the optimism she’d maintained for two decades cesspool through the soles of her atramentous pumps.
From AMERICAN BABY by Gabrielle Glaser, appear by Viking, an banner of Penguin Publishing Group, a analysis of Penguin Random House, LLC. Copyright © 2021 by Gabrielle Glaser.
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