- 240 pages
- Somewhere Off the Coast of Maine
- Ann Hood
- 25 September 2017 Ann Hood
This Novel Begins In 1969, And As Peter, Paul And Mary Croon On The Radio And Poster Paints Are Splashing The Latest Anti War Slogans Suzanne, A Poet, Lives In A Maine Beach House Awaiting The Birth Of A Love Child She Will Name Sparrow Claudia, Who Weds A Farmer During College, Plans To Raise Three Strong Sons And Elizabeth And Howard Marry, Organize Protest Marches, And Try To Raise Their Two Children With Their Own Earthy, Hippie Values By 1985, Things Have Changed Suzanne, Now With A M.B.A., Has Taken To Calling Sparrow Susan After Personal Tragedy, Claudia Spirals Backward Into Her Sixties World And Into Madness And Elizabeth, Fatally Ill, Watches Despairingly As Her Children Yearn For A Split Level House And A Gleaming Station Wagon.In This Beloved, Critically Acclaimed First Novel, Hood S Clear, Brave, And Penetrating Voice Captures The Spirit Of Three Friends Struggling To Resolve Their Lives In A Complicated Time Warp Called Lost Youth.
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