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The Residence by Kate Andersen Brower | A Review - Inside the Private World of the White House - cover

The Residence by Kate Andersen Brower | A Review - Inside the Private World of the White House

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Publisher: Instaread

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Summary

This companion to The Residence includes: 
 
•	Summary of the book
 
•	Character Analysis
 
•	A Discussion on Themes 
 
•	and much more!

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