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Harmonics by William Vaughn Moody is a beautiful and haunting exploration of love, loss, and the passage of time. The prose is elegant and evocative, drawing the reader into the lives of the characters and the world they inhabit.

The novel centers around the relationship between two musicians, Sylvia and Gordon, whose bond is tested by the demands of their respective careers and the challenges they face as individuals. Moody does a masterful job of capturing the complexities of their emotions and the way their love evolves over time.

The novel is also deeply atmospheric, with Moody's vivid descriptions bringing the settings to life and immersing the reader in the world of classical music and academia. The themes of art, legacy, and the search for meaning are woven throughout the story, adding depth and resonance to the narrative.

Overall, Harmonics is a moving and thought-provoking read that will stay with readers long after they've turned the final page. Moody's lyrical prose and nuanced characterizations make this a novel that truly resonates with the soul.

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William Vaughn Moody was an American dramatist and poet. Author of The Great Divide, first presented under the title of The Sabine Woman at the Garrick Theatre in Chicago on April 12, 1906. Moody's poetic dramas included The Masque of Judgment (1900), The Fire Bringer (1904), and The Death of Eve (left undone at his death). He taught English at Harvard and Radcliffe until 1895, when he went to Chicago where he was an instructor at the University of Chicago, and from 1901 to 1907 assistant professor of English and rhetoric.

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