9 edition of The Drowning Season found in the catalog.
August 1, 1993
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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"The Drowning Season" was the second book published by Alice Hoffman, and while it foretells the greatness she will someday show, it does not yet have it. The unique, magical turn of phrase that is so Hoffman and so imitated by writers such as Sarah Addison Allen and Ellen Herrick is only hinted at/5.
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The matriarch of a Long Island clan with a stubbornly suicidal son and a defiant, restless granddaughter, Esther has hired a Russian landscaper to watch over the Free shipping over $/5(5). The Drowning Season Buy the Book: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound On a secluded waterfront estate on the North Shore of Long Island, a matriarch named Esther rules over her clan.
the drowning season by Alice Hoffman ‧ RELEASE DATE: J In this myth-like, haunting novel, Hoffman's brilliantly rhythmic prose flashes upon the roiling mysteries of death and love--through a prism of iced-in lives. Read "The Drowning Season A Novel" by Alice Hoffman available from Rakuten Kobo.
From the author of The Rules of Magic: A novel of a Long Island family matriarch and her namesake granddaughter who disc /5(7). But as July turns to August and her family braces for the height of Drowning Season, she realizes that she may not be able to escape her family's legacy.
Her father will find a way through the locked sea-wall gate and try to drown himself in the harbor, her mother will be too hung over to leave her cottage for days at a time, and her. Get this from a library. The drowning season. [Alice Hoffman] -- In this powerfully moving novel, bestselling novelist Alice Hoffman paints a vivid portrait of the lives of three generations in a family separated by loneliness, hope, and betrayal.
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It takes daily life and transforms it into myth as we watch" (Chicago Sun-Times). Publisher: Open Road Media. The Drowning Season intertwines the stories of two women named Esther: a granddaughter, who yearns to escape the Long Island shore and the coldness of the family matriarch; and her grandmother, who fled her abusive parents in Russia decades before.
This novel “casts the spell of all great fairy : Open Road Media. The Drowning Season - The Drowning Season audiobook, by Alice Hoffman The matriarch of a Long Island clan with a stubbornly suicidal son and a defiant, restless granddaughter, Esther has hired a Russian landscaper to watch over the family as well as the grounds of their secluded waterfront estate.
But he has been watching Esther, too. And his love for her is growing. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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In it, New York Times best-selling author Alice Hoffman introduces a lonely outsider who wants desperately to belong. She deeply envies the. Directed by Annie Griffin. With Anne Dudek, Bonnie Engstrom, Michelle Gomez, Karen Kilgariff. Whilst Rab opts for a day on the farm with Janice Jean moves into a flat with Fist, allowing Clare to nurse the temporarily invalided Lachlan though he is a terrible patient and makes another pass at Jean, who again rebuffs him.
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Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good with two short closed tears in archival protective cover. SIGNED by Alice Hoffman on the front free endpaper. Author's highly praised second book: Richard Price called it "a spare, translucent gothic novel about a family of living ghosts.a beautiful book, as dignified as it is bizarre."Seller Rating: % positive.
About The Drowning Season. The New York Times bestselling author of The Rules of Magic presents a “stunning and hypnotic” novel that “interweaves past and present with piercing images and unfailing energy”(Publishers Weekly).
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