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If you have read "Olive Kitteridge," you will want to revisit her because you have missed her crankiness, her unexpected compassion, and above all her honesty. If you have not yet read "Olive," she will make you remember why you love to read. This "novel in stories" was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2009. Ten years later, the glorious Elizabeth Strout gifted us with "Olive Again," as the indomitable Olive continues to struggle to understand herself and those around her. Just as Olive's self-awareness and empathy develop over the course of these books, so does the reader's.