By Esther Pasztory
"I am usually searching for a funny, lighthearted learn on a significant subject, with a bit myth thrown in. So I wrote a few myself. As a Hungarian immigrant, my fascination is with the Americas, from Maine to Mexico, all attention-grabbing areas, all quickly houses. a few nonetheless inhabited by means of the ghosts of Indians." --Esther Pasztory
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