Mennonite Literature, not a term often spoken of or written about in literary circles, nor is it a section that one might find at the neighborhood Barnes and Noble. I would venture to say that the average reader in North America would either scratch their heads at this genre or recall authors like Beverly Lewis and Wanda Brunstetter and the abundant industry of Amish/Mennonite romance novels.
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