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ANEW YORK TIMESBEST BOOK OF THE YEAR July 1954. An island off the coast of Maine. Ann Grant--a 25-year-old New York career girl--is a bridesmaid at her best friend's lavish wedding. Also present is a man named Harris Arden, whom Ann has never met . . . After three marriages and five children, Ann Lord lies in an upstairs bedroom of a house in Cambridge, Massachusetts. What comes to her, eclipsing a stream of doctor's visits and friends stopping by and grown children overheard whispering from the next room, is a rush of memories from a weekend 40 years ago in Maine, when she fell in love with a passion that even now throws a shadow onto the rest of her life. InEvening, Susan Minot gives us a novel of spellbinding power on the nature of memory and love.
Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf, 1998.
ISBN: 9780307387127
Branch Call Number: MIN
Characteristics: 264 p.


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multcolib_heathere Mar 13, 2016

Unrequited love recalled in revealing flashbacks of a dying woman.

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