"With rich, full portraits, seamless philosophic musings, and loamy village humor—a major novel from a talented writer really hitting her stride."
Broadening and deepening the speculations on personal destiny and societal straitjackets touched upon in Violet Clay (1978), Godwin now offers her best work yet: a striking triptych of three contemporary women-in-transit—whose lives "continue to bounce off one another, adding new evidence. . . ."
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