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The couple's only child came into her
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Friend, she also wrote the memoir No Place
Like Home: A Memoir in 39 Apartments,
about her journey to find a place to call
home as she pursued her career.
A new play, 1300 Lafayette East, soon
to be polished with the help of an Ann
Arbor audience, uses her parents' early
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A staged reading of 1300
Lafayette East, followed by
a talk-back, takes place at 7
p.m. Wednesday, July 24, at
Performance Network Theatre,
120 E. Huron, Ann Arbor.
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